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Print Physical Buttons for Your Touch Screen | Hackaday
Modern handheld gaming hardware is great. Their primary method of interaction is the index finger or thumbs, not a D-pad and buttons. Shoulder triggers have only existed on a few phones. Bluetooth gaming pads are affordable but they are either bulky or you have to find another way to hold your phone. Detachable shoulder buttons are a perfect compromise since they can fit in a coin purse and they’re cheap because you can make your own.
hackaday  buttons  3dprinting  gaming  mobile  touch  accessibility 
24 minutes ago by cyberchucktx
Don’t Use The Placeholder Attribute
Why not to use the placeholder attribute, and how to do it better.
placeholder  webdev  accessibility  bestpractices  tips 
26 minutes ago by angusm
Don’t Use The Placeholder Attribute — Smashing Magazine
Don’t Use The Placeholder Attribute Good front-end solutions take advantage of special input attributes and accommodating validation practices to prevent offloading the extra work onto the person who simply just wants to use your site or app with as little complication as possible. via Pocket
ifttt  pocket  accessibility  article  design  programming  reference 
3 hours ago by jeremyday
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Great talk about by ! Quick wins to make the web great for everyone!
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4 hours ago by codepo8
How to test accessibility of emails – Campaign Monitor Engineering
It’s no wonder people often put this type of testing in the too-hard basket. However if you start with testing with vision impairments in mind you should be able to get a good return on investment towards a more inclusive experience.
accessibility  tips  work  howto  a11y  uxdesign 
21 hours ago by laurenipsum

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