Diigo Bookmarks 12/19/2019
- <select> your poison part 2: test all the things - 24 Accessibility
"In general, the more complex a custom component, the more its usability will likely be context-dependent. A more app-like product that has heavy repeat use can afford to design custom components that trade a steeper learning curve for higher efficiency once learned."
- <select> your poison - 24 Accessibility
"Hopefully it is now thoroughly clear that recreating the native behavior of a <select> element is impossible: its underlying semantics differ across platforms; its keyboard behavior is inconsistent; its mobile presentation and behavior is entirely different from desktop."
- Project Connected Home over IP
"Project Connected Home over IP is a new Working Group that plans to develop and promote the adoption of a new, royalty-free connectivity standard to increase compatibility among smart home products, with security as a fundamental design tenet."
- Usablenet - UsableNet Releases its 2019 ADA Web Accessibility and App Lawsuit Report
"The rate of filing for ADA Website lawsuits continues at one-an-hour / 66% of top retailers and 60% of top Restaurants received Website lawsuits / 21% of lawsuits are against companies that have been sued in the past for digital inaccessibility"
- HTML is a living language | Go Make Things
"If you're newer to web development, you may not know what the web was like before web standards. In short, it was fucking awful."