Raindrop.io Bookmarks 05/18/2022
- Principles of Color? Going Beyond sRGB - Jim Nielsen's Blog
"With these new colors, the display of a web page is about to get even more varied which means trying to exert any kind of control or expectation of uniformity is a path to madness. The only thing to do is embrace the diversity of devices accessing the web and to build accordingly."
- How Can a Blind Person Use Virtual Reality? | Equal Entry
"There are currently no commercially available accessibility tools or software that add things like a screen magnifier, screen reader, or high contrast to a VR dashboard or game interface. There was an amazing accessibility suite called SeeingVR, developed as a research project by Microsoft, but it never left the research stage."
- WCAG 2.2. and WCAG 3 Status Updates | LinkedIn
"As a co-chair of the Accessibility Guidelines Working Group (AGWG), I often read social media posts about the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) with concern. There is a lot of misunderstanding and miscommunication about the AGWG standards process"
- New WebKit Features in Safari 15.5 | WebKit
"Safari 15.5 does contain three new technologies for web developers -- support for the inert property in HTML; support for the worker-src Content Security Policy directive; and the new minimumViewportInset and maximumViewportInset APIs for implementing new CSS Viewport Units in WKWebView-based apps."
- Writing Better CSS - Spruce CSS
"In CSS, we can create different property grouping logics like typography, layout, etc. But what happens if we get a new property, like the aspect-ratio? Is it fit somewhere, or do we have to create a new group? Does it break any recent order? How do we track any other new property?"
- 24×24 Pixel Cursor Bookmarklet -- Adrian Roselli
"Just as I did for 2.5.5, I have made a bookmarklet that will turn your cursor into a 24 × 24 pixel square (back in April but forgot to post it), which may help in building and testing conformance with the proposed 2.5.8 Success Criterion"