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Web Design References: Site Update

Web design and development news and information. Advocate of accessibility, usability, web standards and many related topics. Until next time - Laura Carlson

Copyright: 2001-2016 University of Minnesota Duluth

Six new links: "How Current Design Trends Affect Web Accessibility", "WCAG 2.0 - Perceivable", "15 Years After An OCR Suit: NC State's Accessibility Refresh", "How to Make Focus Indicator Accessible", "Updated WCAG 2.1 Working Draft", and "Designing Accessible Products".

Evaluation and Testing
Three new links: "Quantifying and Comparing Ease of Use Without Breaking the Bank", "The Methods UX Professionals Use", and "Small vs. Big User Studies - What's Best".

Six new links: "UX Immersion: Interactions", "UX London", "National Association of Government Web Professionals Conference", "Connect.JS", "Madison PHP Conference", and "Mobile UX London".

Information Architecture
One new link: "UX Wireframing: Bedrock of Interface Usability".

One new link: "jQuery Accessible Simple Tooltip Window, Using ARIA".

Two new links: "Code as a Signal of Quality" and "The Web-Wide World - Part 1: the Great Work".

Four new links: "Smooth Scrolling and Accessibility", "6 Ways to Improve Long-Scroll Mobile Websites", "Thumbs Up for Solving Non-Linear Reading Needs", and "E-Commerce Usability: The Main Navigation Should Display Product Categories - 18% Don't".

One new link: "Typography Rules and Terms Every Designer Must Know".

Two new links: "Scroll-Triggered Text Animations Delay Users" and "High Traffic Does Not Equal Good Customer Experience".