This is a fantastic rant from Thomas Fuchs on error messages and how to do them well (with lots of examples of how not to write error messages).
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A nice overview of small screen design trends with backgrounds as to why these approaches work well.
There’s some really good forms advice in here. Just be careful when manipulating the tab flow.
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Experiments in radio and checkbox resizing. It’s a sad state of affairs. The small hit targets are why I recommend adding negative margins above and below the
label, coupled with equal padding top and bottom. It’s a recommendation from my forms talk that I will write up soon.
This is a fantastic overview of the accessibility considerations you should be making. Most are far more important than screen reader support.
New ES6 (ECMAScript 2015) features rolling out in V8:
new.target. Also: Reduced jank.
Jen Simmons and I discuss working on the web and all things progressive enhancement.
I had the great pleasure of seeing Dave present his accessible breakout game at the MS Edge Web Summit and have been eagerly awaiting this post ever since. So much good stuff in here!