Raindrop.io Bookmarks 02/23/2023
- The Troublesome Life and Lamentable Death of Success Criterion 4.1.1 | by Christophe Strobbe | Eleven Ways • Digital Accessibility Lab | Feb, 2023 | Medium
"After all, it had been written before HTML 4.01 and XHTML were displaced by HTML 5, which introduced much more consistent error handling than its predecessors. Thanks to more consistent error handling for HTML in current browsers, many commenters regarded the success criterion as obsolete."
- ARIA vs HTML -- Adrian Roselli
"The point is, unless a developer knows all the interaction patterns across all platforms and all assistive technology, and they know all the system-level features for which they will need to replicate support, then they are creating technical debt by not using native HTML."
- Understanding the cost of not being accessible - Karl Groves
"Growing your company's maturity with respect to accessibility allows you to spend less and less on it as you learn to bake it into your design, development, QA, content, and procurement processes."
- Design systems in the time of AI | Brad Frost
"We still need critical thinking. Ethical thinking. Systematic thinking. We still need to foster relationships. To build bridges. To coordinate. To orchestrate. These are human things. These are the skills that designers and developers need to cultivate and grow in order to continue to be viable in our AI age."
- core-js/2023-02-14-so-whats-next.md at master · zloirock/core-js
"I ensure no compatibility issues and provide bleeding edge features of the web platform for most of the Web from 2014 and I'm working on it almost all my time for money that now will not be enough even for food."