Raindrop.io Bookmarks 06/11/2022
- Inclusive design 101. Questions to consider when designing... | by Tina Golub | May, 2022 | UX Collective
"When you decide who you're designing for, you're making an implicit statement about who you're not designing for. For years we referred to people who weren't crucial to our products' success as 'edge cases.' We were marginalizing people. And we were making a decision that there were people in the world whose problems weren't worth solving."
- Screen readers and drag-and-drop, part 1: draggable elements - Darin Senneff
"As you can see, the draggable attribute doesn't pass anything to the accessibility tree for a screen reader to announce. This is expected, but it's good to confirm - we'll need to find a manual way to communicate that an element is draggable."
- "Design System in 90 Days," a workbook from SuperFriendly
"Our Design System in 90 Days workbook will show your team exactly how to do that, every day from Day 1 to Day 90. We've spent the last few years workshopping this sequence of 52 activities."
- News from WWDC22: WebKit Features in Safari 16 Beta | WebKit
"We're excited to announce today the major web technologies shipping in Safari 16 beta."
- a11y = Accessibility -- Adrian Roselli
"Back in 2015 Accessibility Now, Inc. registered and received a trademark for the numeronym "A11Y". Its ownership later changed to Bureau of Internet Accessibility, which is now owned by AudioEye, an accessibility overlay vendor."
- IETF publishes HTTP/3 RFC to take the web from TCP to UDP • The Register
"But HTTP/3 still has critics, and competitors. Apache has held off adding the protocol to its web server, arguing that its own HTTPD does a fine job. Privacy advocates continue to worry about QUIC, as do networking wonks who've found its promised speed boost is elusive. So HTTP/3 is not a panacea."
- With Some Help, Apple Passkeys Could Finally Kill the Password
"Apple's passwordless scheme looks intriguing, but its real strength lies in the other companies working to end the password for good."