Diigo Bookmarks 08/12/2019
- 9 UX Requirements for Designing a User-Friendly Homepage Carousel (If You Need One) - Articles - Baymard Institute
"While our large-scale usability testing reveals that users generally like the large imagery of carousels, a homepage carousel can cause more harm than good if the inherent serious usability pitfalls aren't addressed. In short; we do find that homepage carousels can work with users, but in practice almost all carousels don't, and the list of detailed requirements is long."
- Keyboard Accessibility: Prototyping & Designing Keyboard Triggers
"For this article, we invited four accessibility and UX experts to provide a number of tips to help you implement the keyboard operation of UI widgets. With their advice, you'll be able to create more inclusive experiences for keyboard users."
- How we do our work matters: Accessibility and Inclusive Design | LinkedIn
"Many people use accessibility and inclusive design as interchangeable terms. However, they are not the same thing. Accessibility is an outcome, and inclusive design is a process."
- The 2019 Design Systems Survey by Sparkbox
"Storybook and Pattern Lab were the top tools among developers while Invision Design System Manager and Storybook were the top tools among designers or user experience professionals."
- Time to First Byte: What It Is and Why It Matters - CSS Wizardry - CSS Architecture, Web Performance Optimisation, and more, by Harry Roberts
"While a good TTFB doesn't necessarily mean you will have a fast website, a bad TTFB almost certainly guarantees a slow one."
- Testing lazy image support, and instead finding another unexpected behavior | scottohara.me
"Lazy loaded graphics were all discoverable, but any graphic nested within a link was no exposed as a graphic when using JAWS 2019 (august release) with Chrome 76."
- output: HTML's native live region element | scottohara.me
"I'll admit that this interpretation may be possible only due to a potentially errant comma in the description. However, I'd submit that the expanded allowance makes the element far more useful, especially considering the defined accessibility API mapping for the element"