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Accessibility Problems with Infinite Scrolling | Accessible360
Imagine someone who can only use the keyboard to navigate your site. Imagine that person having to hit the tab key 100 times or 1000 times just to get through all the content on your page. Does that person want to continue using your site? Would you? Probably not. In addition, if a page uses infinite scroll, there may be issues with using the back button – if a user clicks on a link and then uses the back button to return to the infinite list of items, will focus be returned to where they were, or will they need to start all over at the top of the list? Keyboard users will feel this pain most as they would need to tab back to where they were, potentially 100s of button presses.
infinitescroll  usability  accessibility  a11y 
april 2019 by laurakalbag
Accessibility Lipstick on a Usability Pig
Why ARIA can't be used to make a unusable site accessible - by @jared_w_smith on @webaim
a11y  learn-a11y  aria  wai-aria  usability 
january 2015 by laurakalbag
Hollow Icons
how hollow icons ultimately create cognitive fatigue by @aub
learna11y  usability  icons  hollow  cognitive 
may 2014 by laurakalbag
Five CSS design browser differences I can live with | For A Beautiful Web
For A Beautiful Web is a series of web design master class training workshops covering topics including visual design for the web, best-practice XHTML mark-up and CSS, Microformats and practical web accessibility design and techniques.
css  usability 
september 2008 by laurakalbag

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