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RT @vitalyf@twitter.com

How do we keep a design system up-to-date? In the new Smashing Podcast episode (smashingmagazine.com/2022/08/s), @bencallahan@twitter.com shares what he has learned in his design systems projects.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/vitalyf/status/156

RT @Una@twitter.com

🚨 Chrome 105 is a HUGE release! (stable Aug 30)

🤯 :has() & size container queries are BOTH landing!

These are 2 powerhouse APIs for responsive, component-based design. Together they unlock so many possibilities!

I wrote a post on how to combine them:

developer.chrome.com/blog/has-

🐦🔗: twitter.com/Una/status/1554838

RT @MarcoInEnglish@twitter.com

Wow, exciting times! The accessibility team at Mozilla, which I used to be a part of, has just exposed the "Cache The World" feature to @FirefoxNightly@twitter.com users. Everyone who is a screen reader user there, should try it! See the next tweet for instructions. 1/3

🐦🔗: twitter.com/MarcoInEnglish/sta

RT @KittyGiraudel@twitter.com

Seeing everyone sharing cool demos with :has() makes me think that it’s probably a clean way to (re)implement floating labels — even though it’s not necessarily a great pattern.

This way we can update the label styles when the input is focused, despite the (expected) DOM order.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/KittyGiraudel/stat

RT @vitalyf@twitter.com

Fantastic free UX guides by Maze — on UX research, usability testing, card sorting and user personas. E.g. a map of UX research methods, including behavioral, qualitative, quantitative and attitudinal research methods.

maze.co/guides/usability-testi

🐦🔗: twitter.com/vitalyf/status/156

Few buy a hammer to just have a hammer. They are buying self-reliance, learning a skill, or creating an experience.

Ask those tough design questions to understand intent. Don't just add a button.

Was just told I was going to be ambushed in regard to a design thing. But I had asked for it last week. Feels like Cato in Pink Panther - buff.ly/3Ap0VTg

RT @codingchaos@twitter.com

I’ve never heard anyone suggest a core feature that only works for keyboard or screen reader users, but doesn’t work with a mouse.

“We’ll roll out mouse support when mouse hardware and APIs improve”

🐦🔗: twitter.com/codingchaos/status

Ways you’ve interacted with Pega technology without realizing it. buff.ly/3vV9rqe

RT @LeaVerou@twitter.com

Surprised to discover that not only Chrome doesn't support SVG icons in the Notifications API, they've even marked the relevant bug as "Wontfix" bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/i

Why is it such an uphill battle to get UAs to support SVG properly?

🐦🔗: twitter.com/LeaVerou/status/15

RT @vitalyf@twitter.com

French texts are on average 20% longer than English ones, and Japanese texts are 30–60% shorter. We should simulate translation-induced expansion with pseudolocalization plugins, e.g. figma.com/community/plugin/781.

Also, worth reading: shopify.com/partners/blog/pseu
slack.engineering/localizing-s

🐦🔗: twitter.com/vitalyf/status/155

RT @patrick_h_lauke@twitter.com

turns out with some more refactoring, a single wrapper <span role="text"> around all the <h2> content is sufficient. made an updated video youtube.com/watch?v=Nkcnm7xZZP ... but the point still remains: this is an ugly proprietary hack to kick VoiceOver back into shape

🐦🔗: twitter.com/patrick_h_lauke/st

RT @KittyGiraudel@twitter.com

I am reminded of this great illustration by @henrikkniberg@twitter.com about communication misalignment between software teams. ✨

🐦🔗: twitter.com/KittyGiraudel/stat

Discovery is not "one & done", but a dash followed by a long run.

Joni Eareckson Tada reflects on her 55 years in a wheelchair, her role in the ADA and it's impact, as well as her faith.
buff.ly/3bnE9kJ

Another good article on fairly prioritizing product need - Feature Prioritizing: Ways To Reduce Subjectivity And Bias — Smashing Magazine smashingmagazine.com/2020/12/f

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