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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: 2001-2017 University of Minnesota Duluth

Eight new links: "Is Machine Learning The Solution to Web Accessibility", "Web Accessibility in Higher Education", "The Overlooked, Misunderstood Nature of Accessibility", "Small Tweaks That Can Make a Huge Impact on Your Website's Accessibility", "Section 508 Refresh", "Inclusive Design Principles: Provide a Comparable Experience", "Increasing Accessibility ", and "Federal Websites Failing to Meet Standards, Industry Leaders Weigh In".

Cascading Style Sheets
Two new links: "How Big Is That Box? Understanding Sizing In CSS Layout" and "The Latest Ways to Deal with the Cascade, Inheritance and Specificity".

Evaluation and Testing
Four new links: "Why Do I Need a Usability Site Audit", "Five User Research Rules of Thumb", "User Experience Benchmarks for Wireless Carrier Websites", and "Outsourcing a UX Benchmark vs. Doing it Yourself ".

Six new links: "SmashingConf San Francisco", "Advanced CSS Layouts With Flexbox and CSS Grid", "CHI 2018", "15th International Web for All Conference W4A'18", "Accessibility-Why You Need to Think About ALL Your Users", and "The Web Conference 2018".

Three new links: "The Title Attribute", "Meet the New Dialog Element", and "HTML5 Autoplay Attribute".

Information Architecture
One new link: "4 Powerful Ways to Use Rapid Prototyping to Drive Product Success".

One new link: "But Really, What is a JavaScript Test".

Three new links: "Legends of the Ancient Web", "Women in UX: Meet Henny Swan, Advocate for UX Inclusivity", and "Make Your Coding Easier, Use DuckDuckGo Cheat Sheets".

One new link: "ANDI - Accessible Name and Description Inspector".

Seven new links: "The Hawaii Missile Alert Culprit: Poorly Chosen File Names", "The State of Mobile User Experience", "Attention Leans Left on Websites", "Designing for Simplicity of Use", "Complexity Bias - Why We Prefer Complicated to Simple", "Understand the Social Needs for Accessibility in UX Design", and "Empathy Mapping - The First Step in Design Thinking".