Diigo Bookmarks 09/15/2016
Why there is no CSS4 - explaining CSS Levels
"We also have specifications for features that were never part of CSS 1 or 2, and so these specifications are at Level 1. They are brand new. Examples of Level 1 specifications are CSS Grid Layout and Flexbox."
blind accessibility testers society – A place to learn more about #a11y testing and tools
"The society was formed from a number of conversations between various blind people working in the accessibility industry wanting to know better ways to use the tools of our trade."
When card UI design doesn’t work
"As designers – whilst we all like the latest trends, extra white space and big images – for news and data, lists are simply better at addressing the fundamental user goal. To quickly scan to find relevant content."
Sleepwalking into a walled garden - mobiForge
"So why the sense of foreboding? The issue is not the labelling of fast-loading pages. Rather, it is the approach of favouring a Google-approved method of achieving a fast-loading page."
Is the web getting less webby? | Opening Accessibility
"the architectural shifts we are seeing do provide new ways to break the carefully designed universal nature of the web and exclude users of some devices or with some accessibility needs."
Designer's Web Performance Optimization Checklist
"A comprehensive project checklist for designers focused on prioritizing performance on the web."
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