Saved Links — Pinboard

I've been using Pinboard (and del.icio.us before that) on and off to save my links ever since 2005. Here are the latest links I saved. You'll find all the others on Pinboard.

  • The consensus among typographers is that we should avoid long line lengths when designing continuous texts. Also, line spacing should be greater with longer lines.

    Tagged with: typography / accessibility
  • Creating the perfect shadow

    Tagged with: css / design / shadow / inspiration
  • Learn more on mobile screen readers and how to use one

    Tagged with: a11y / screenreader / voiceover
  • The most controversial Mac Safari changes shown at WWDC — compressing tabs and the URL location field into a single row at the top of each window.

    Tagged with: safari / browser
  • Inclusive Design 24 (#id24) is a free 24-hour online event for the global community.

    Tagged with: a11y / accessibility / conference
  • This design system documents the styles, components and templates available to use on your website.

    Tagged with: css / design / frontend
  • Imagine you visit a Web site and you want to browse it for some content. You want to buy something; or maybe book a flight somewhere. And as you move your cursor onto the page, it suddenly disappears.

    Tagged with: accessibility / css / design
  • I put together a “cheat sheet that helps write interview and follow ups questions for user research and usability test protocols” Those are fragments of questions to should help you get started writing your own questions.

    Tagged with: research / ux
  • Minimal snippets for modern CSS layouts and components

    Tagged with: css / layout
  • If you want your images to be as sharp as possible, you need to target images at the user’s device pixels, rather than their CSS pixels.

    Tagged with: css / image / performance
  • John Bryan Hicks (1932–2021) was an architect, photographer, railway enthusiast and most importantly my Dad. Bryan is a free, single-weight open type font, a faithful digital recreation of his distinctive handwriting.

    Tagged with: font-face
  • Everything important and useful to know about CSS Custom Properties. Like that they are often referred to as “CSS Variables” but that’s not their real name.

    Tagged with: css / reference
  • TimeMachineEditor is a software for macOS that starts backups in Time Machine at particular times. You can choose an interval or create other types of scheduling.

    Tagged with: mac / timemachine / backup
  • It’s possible to upload arbitrary data from non-internet-connected devices by sending Find My BLE broadcasts to nearby Apple devices that then upload the data for you

    Tagged with: security / airtags / wifi
  • A reset of sensible defaults by Andy Bell

    Tagged with: css / reset / webdev
  • Let’s face it, unless you develop a complex product—and even if you do—you probably don’t need half the humungous hunk of CSS you bung at a browser. In fact, it’s possible you only need one default and one alternative style for every element.

    Tagged with: css / design
  • Accelerate Your Website With An Image-Optimizing CDN

    Tagged with: image / responsive / performance
  • Gavi is co-leading COVAX, the vaccines pillar of the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator. This involves coordinating the COVAX Facility, a global risk-sharing mechanism for pooled procurement and equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines.

    Tagged with: covid-19 / vaccine / socialequity
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