Diigo Bookmarks 04/03/2019
- Adactio: Journal--Dev perception
"Ultimately what matters is building something--a website, a web app, whatever--that best serves end users. If that requires a new and exciting technology, that's great. But if it requires an old and boring technology, that's also great. What matters here is appropriateness."
- Better Link Labels: 4Ss for Encouraging Clicks
"When composing links, remember the 4 Ss. Write specific links that set sincere expectations and fulfill them, that are substantial enough to stand alone while remaining as succinct as possible."
- Guest Post: AMP Email - AMPHTML Blog
"The concern here is that since not all email clients support AMP HTML email, this effectively added 1 new mime format in each email, rather than simplified anything. This is a valid concern."
- Alternative Text for CSS Generated Content · Issue #351 · w3ctag/design-reviews
"Pseudo-elements with :content are also already exposed in the accessibility tree. This feature will allow authors to fine-tune that process, by either marking them as not relevant for accessibility (by providing an empty string as the text alternative), or by providing a more useful string."
- LEGO IDEAS - Product Ideas - Mini-fig Scale Project Gemini
"Here is my build depicting Project Gemini at mini-fig scale! It includes a display stand with the Project Gemini patch, the reentry module with detachable rendezvous and recovery section and opening hatches, the adapter/retrograde section, and the adapter equipment section."
- Can You Make More Money With A Mobile App Or A PWA? -- Smashing Magazine
"The upfront costs and ongoing maintenance of a native mobile app are huge. If your client isn't generating huge sums of money right away (or even before launch), the app itself might not even be a sustainable venture."