Tag Archives: web-developer/usability

Link: Is this my interface or yours? — Medium

Is this my interface or yours? — Medium In later versions of Windows, Microsoft changed the label of this icon to Computer, then changed it again to This PC. Did they change it because “my” was misleading? Inconsistent? Unnecessary? This … Continue reading

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Link: Hemingway

Hemingway Hemingway makes your writing bold and clear. Hemingway highlights long, complex sentences and common errors; if you see a yellow highlight, shorten the sentence or split it. If you see a red highlight, your sentence is so dense and … Continue reading

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Link: Focus transition | CSS-Tricks

Focus transition | CSS-Tricks More cleverness by Nikita Vasilyev. The blue glow outline that surrounds focusable elements when they are in their :focus state "flies" (you have to see it) to the next focusable element. So when you tab around, … Continue reading

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Link: Textarea Tricks | CSS-Tricks

Textarea Tricks | CSS-Tricks Oh, ‘s. How many quirks you posses. Here is a collection of nine things you might want to do related to textareas. Enjoy.

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Link: Social Login Buttons Aren’t Worth It | MailChimp Email Marketing Blog

Social Login Buttons Aren’t Worth It | MailChimp Email Marketing Blog I stumbled across a very disturbing number in our analytics earlier this year. From April 12 to May 12, 2012, we had 340,591 failed login attempts. That’s the total … Continue reading

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