Diigo Bookmarks 03/12/2019
- User interfaces: hiding stuff should be a last resort by Adam Silver, designer based in London, UK.
"When we hide content, there's a greater risk the user won't see it. There's a higher reliance on digital literacy and it's generally more labour intensive for the user."
- Vue a11y
"Vue.js community project to improve web accessibility."
- Alternative Text in CSS Generated Content - Chrome Platform Status
"This change would allow alternative text to be provided through CSS purely, making it available on pseudo elements like ::before and ::after, which are otherwise ignored for accessibility."
- What does GDPR mean for UX? - UX Collective
"Consent isn't the same as agreeing to the terms and conditions, so they shouldn't be bundled together; they are separate, so should have separate forms."
- How to design an accessible color scheme - Envoy Design - Medium
"Today's guidelines could be tomorrow's requirements: accessibility-related lawsuits are on the rise. Following existing guidelines could reduce company liability."
- Downsides of Smooth Scrolling | CSS-Tricks
"The thing that seemed to frustrate a ton of people was on-page search. It's one thing to click a link and get zoomed to some header (that feels sorta good) but it's another when you're trying to quickly pop through matches when you do a Find on the page."
- Lesser-known CSS properties in GIFs - Pavel Laptev - Medium
"I collected here CSS props that I found awesome because they can make websites much diverse in terms of effects and make new trends in the future, at least they definitely will make developers life much easier."