Diigo Bookmarks 10/27/2019
- Users Prefer Tappable Stories On The Mobile Web - The AMP Blog
"Forrester found that 64% of respondents preferred the tappable mobile web story format over its scrolling article equivalent."
- Last impressions first - a flipped approach to web design - Axess Lab
"If you want positively affect the user experience your site or app, don't focus a lot of time and energy on designing the first experience your users encounter. Instead, consider how you can make sure that the peak and last experience of using your site is awesome."
- Style hover, focus, and active states differently | Zell Liew
"As I paid more attention to keyboard accessibility (and therefore paying more attention to focus), I began to think we should not style hover, focus, and active states the same way."
- Quitting Analytics
"Maybe advertising-based businesses need the data to sell ads. Or maybe huge sites can get more useful information at scale. There are cases where it's truly necessary, but after spending some time without analytics, I'm happier."
- The two-value syntax of the CSS Display property - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
"The first describes whether the outer display type is block or inline, whereas the second value describes the formatting of the children."
- Variable Color Fonts, how do they work? - Learning with Typearture
"Only usable (currently) for the web, variable color fonts can be added to on your pages with just a few lines of css and a woff2 font file. Compared to SVG's, variable color fonts allow little customisation, but are easier to implement."
- Stop Giving Control Hints to Screen Readers | Adrian Roselli
"for standard HTML controls and standard ARIA patterns (widgets), you do not need to add instructions for screen readers on how to use them nor what they are."