Diigo Bookmarks 11/16/2017
- When Slower is Better for UX
"The fear is that slow loading might make users think a brand is untrustworthy or outdated. It seems like if every interaction isn't designed to be blazing fast, it might as well not be designed at all. However, that isn't always true. Learn the situations in which slower UX actually improves user engagement and builds trust."
- The Most Important Rule in UX Design that Everyone Breaks
"The more chunks of information you add to an 'interface', the more difficult it becomes to 'work', using the information at hand. This is especially critical for first time users, because they haven't had the 'practice' needed to encode the interface into long term memory, or, for the behaviour to become habitual."
- Adactio: Journal--What is a Progressive Web App?
"Regardless of the specifics of the name, what I like about Progressive Web Apps is that they have a clear definition. It reminds me of Responsive Web Design."
- Thoughts on accessibility
"As a person who mainly works on small teams, I always felt guilty of making accessibility a lower priority. The reasons were multiple and it's hard to blame someone else other than me."
- Eric's Archived Thoughts: Declining Complexity in CSS
"CSS has a great deal more capabilities than ever before, it's true. In the sense of "how much there potentially is to know", yes, CSS is more of a challenge. But the core principles and mechanisms are no more complicated than they were a decade or even two decades ago."
- AgileBits Blog | 1Password X: A look at the future of 1Password in the browser
"Now 1Password can do all these and more. We call it 1Password X, and it's our brand new, full-featured experience that runs entirely in your browser. It's super easy to set up, deploy, and use. It works everywhere Chrome works, including Linux and Chrome OS. And it's a re-imagination of how 1Password works on the web."