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February 2015

I am the fold

by gregg
An experiment to show how designing for The Fold can be treacherous. Each line below is a past-visitor's viewport height. Take care when making assumptions about people's screen sizes on the web.

January 2015

Best practices in online captioning

by sbrothier
In 2003–2004, I worked for the TILE project, a university research program in accessibility of “learning objects” in education that was funded by Industry Canada. My topic was “best practices in online captioning,” about which little has been written. I was hoping to have a few demonstration projects to show you, but then again, demonstration projects are pretty much all we've got in online captioning. I did write the following chapters.

Sous-titrage des vidéos: optimiser leur aspect pour améliorer l’expérience utilisateur | Qelios Expertise – Accessibilité Web

by sbrothier & 2 others
Les référentiels d’accessibilité indiquent que les sous-titres synchronisés sont des éléments nécessaires à l’accessibilité des vidéos. Ce besoin concerne notamment les personnes en situation de déficience auditive, mais également les personnes ne maîtrisant pas la langue du contenu, ou ayant généralement une compréhension améliorée du contenu vidéo lorsqu’il est sous-titré.

Web browser color management guide

by 84GHz
In an ideal world, every camera, screen, and printer would display color in the same way. Unfortunately, that’s not how it works in practice.

There is No Fold (avec images, tweets) · xiwcx · Storify

by sbrothier
Luke Wroblewski went on a pretty great twitter tear debunking the persistent myth of "the fold" in contemporary (read: multi-device) web design. For posterity, here are all of the tweets including links to the sources.

December 2014

Adobe Parfait

by Paykhan & 3 others
Project Parfait is now Creative Cloud Extract. Extract CSS, fonts, colors and export optimized images from a PSD, right from your browser.

Don’t use ids in selectors!? – Ein Web-Mythos

by 84GHz
»Don’t use ids in selectors« ist ein Mythos der Webentwicklung. Auf ids im CSS zu verzichten ist nicht sinnvoll. Im Gegenteil. Wer auf ids verzichtet, der beraubt sich einer großartigen Möglichkeit, die CSS genauso vorgesehen hat und die CSS ausmacht.

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