"Keyboard and screen reader users benefit a lot from semantic HTML and additional ways of navigating, like skip links. If we want an inclusive web, it's important to get keyboard navigation right for people who cannot use a mouse permanently or temporarily."
"Two key features of AMP's new governance model are the Technical Steering Committee (TSC) and the Advisory Committee (AC). We have endeavored to ensure that these committees consist of people who bring a wide variety of perspectives, with representatives from different AMP constituencies."
"Mobile users are very goal-oriented and super impatient. Avoid distracting a user from their goals. Keep your homepage and top landing pages simple. Be sure to have a clear call-to-action and a value proposition above the fold. A user should know what to do and why they should stay on your mobile site in a moment's glance."
"Google may incidentally put its own interests overall general interests, yet it is unlikely to do so at Chromium level. As discussed, this is more likely to happen outside of Chromium, at other properties they own."
"In my view, the existing European-derived regulations which pertain to web accessibility requirements are at little risk. The main point of contention for those laws, at this stage, is how strictly implementation, monitoring, and enforcement will be carried out. Carrots need sticks."
"I reckon that using prefers-color-scheme CSS media query is a risk-free low-impact solution. It will give GOV.UK a Dark Mode for the users that prefer one and remain the same for everyone else. I'm going to prototype this and start pushing to make it happen."