This will be based on the Mozilla feature.
The Best of the Internets
Wait, what? Physical addresses in the
A quick and dirty overview of how to make Accessible Rich Internet Applications.
I love stuff like this!
Imagine you are working on a website design, and have just completed a usability test with 20 users. One task involved using the website’s search function, so you now have a numerical measurement of how many users were able to find and use the search function.
The task results could be stated in 2 different ways:
- 4 out of 20 users could not find the search function on the website.
- 16 out of 20 users found the search function on the website.
Logically, both of these statements describe exactly the same result, which is an objective data point. But if you’re like most people, the conclusions you come to might be very different depending on which phrasing is used.
Biases affect our work; awareness helps us mitigate them, to a degree.
Some great tips in here.
HTML5 validation is finally coming to WebKit and Safari! Hooray!
This is an excellent discussion of designing from the content out on a real project. Tons of sage advice in here.
Jeremy Keith’s latest book. Free to read on any device you own. Installable as a progressive web app too (naturally).
The Nook returns with stock Android to compete with Amazon’s closed Fire ecosystem.