Diigo Bookmarks 06/29/2019
- mike-engel/a11y-css-reset: A small set of global rules to make things accessible and reset default styling
"Included are three stylesheets you can include in your sites. One is strictly best practice CSS rules for accessibility, and another is what I consider to be best practices for starting development. The third combines them into a single stylesheet."
- Slider Design: Rules of Thumb
"Selecting a precise value using a slider is a difficult task requiring good motor skills, even if the slider is well designed. If picking an exact value is important to the goal of the interface, choose an alternate UI element."
- An ultimate guide to designing user-friendly forms | Dribbble Design Blog
"Naturally, we read from top to bottom. Try to place all of the elements under one column--this will make it easier to quickly scan your form without jumping from one side to the other."
"Avoid having just a single large bundle; if a bundle exceeds ~50-100 kB, split it up into separate smaller bundles. (With HTTP/2 multiplexing, multiple request and response messages can be in flight at the same time, reducing the overhead of additional requests.)"
- How accessibility trees inform assistive tech
- Three Predictions From the State of CSS 2019 Survey | CSS-Tricks
"Compared to the often theoretical elegance of the Zen Garden philosophy, libraries like Tailwind and Tachyons provide tangible, real-world benefits, which explains why they're so highly regarded."
- Variable Fonts for Developers
"This project was created by Mandy Michael to showcase the many possibilities and opportunities that variable fonts can offer developers and designers on the web. The aim is to provide developers with the resources and tools needed to use variable fonts in their own projects."