Diigo Bookmarks 07/07/2019
- Maybe You Don't Need a Date Picker | Adrian Roselli
"The problem is that nearly every implementation of a date picker is a barrier for some set of users. I can comfortably say every one that I have seen is a problem, though perhaps there is a wonderfully robust one somewhere. Even the ARIA Authoring Practices, which is more comfortable with imperfect patterns, has not deigned to create a date picker. "
- Global Specifications for Accessible Publications | Inclusive Publishing
"Progressing towards becoming ISO Standard."
- Bruce Lawson's personal site : A short note on HTML5 article, section and hgroup
A few people asked me the difference between <article> and <section>. My reply: don't worry. Simply, don't use <section>. its only use is in the HTML Document Outline Algorithm, which isn't implemented anywhere, and seemingly never will be.
- Bringing new CSS techniques to production - Si digital
"We are close to establishing a new baseline collection of techniques that will be available in most web browsers. These techniques (such as Grid, Custom Properties, Flexbox, and Calc) present a marked change in the way we build websites."
- User Inyerface - A worst-practice UI experiment
"Hi and welcome to User Inyerface, a challenging exploration of user interactions and design patterns."
- Click here to kill everybody: a review
"In his book Click here to kill everybody, security expert Bruce Schneier coins the phrase Internet+ for this new reality (the internet, things and ourselves). He worries about Internet+, as it is grows rapidly and is a lot less secure than we should want it to be."