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Show/Hide Script-Free (Which Means CSS Only)

There are many ways to hide and show content with a click (or tap or poke or key-press or …). Many of them have JavaScript under the hood and nearly all of them have dependencies on third-party libraries and/or CDNs. This may be fine when you already have to load…

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Tags: accessibility, css, JavaScript, pattern, usability, UX

CSS and System Fonts

This weekend I read a post about techniques to get Apple’s new San Francisco font into your CSS. Since San Francisco is only just being added to iOS and OS X, it can be a bit tricky to get hold of it in Safari. What struck me was the use…

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Tags: Apple, browser, css, fonts, mobile, Safari, standards, usability, UX, WHCM

Let’s Share More Accessibility Experiences

I think the accessibility community has an opportunity (has had an ongoing opportunity) to get its message across to the broader developer community that it hasn’t realized. A couple recent write-ups make me think we should all be trying harder. Stories Medium Podio Shopify (added June 21, 2016) U.S. Digital…

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Tags: accessibility, usability, UX

QR Codes Work, Just Not in the U.S.

You could say I am a bit of a fan of the potential of the lowly QR code. Mostly because the idea has merit, even though the implementations are generally terrible. I qualify that statement by limiting it to the United States. Outside of the U.S. they enjoy greater appeal…

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Tags: QR, usability, UX