This is handy—an up-to-date list of tests run on form fields with different combinations of screen readers and browsers.
Maciej goes marching.
The protests are intentionally decentralized, using a jury-rigged combination of a popular message board, the group chat app Telegram, and in-person huddles at the protests.
This sounds like it shouldn’t possibly work, but the protesters are too young to know that it can’t work, so it works.
This is very timely. I’ve been doing some consulting at a company where they are perhaps a little over-reliant on automated accessibility tests.
Automated accessibility tests are a great resource to have, but they can’t automatically make your site accessible. Use them as one step of a larger testing process.
Testing time with Tim.
Long story short, the NOSCRIPT intervention looks like a really great feature for users. More often than not it provides significant reduction in data usage, not to mention the reduction in CPU time—no small thing for the many, many people running affordable, low-powered devices.
Are you the creator, programmer, or quality-tester of a podcasting application? This page provides a range of podcasts that exemplify a range of atypical use case from merely uncommon to exceedingly fringe. If your app can handle all these, you’re doing well.
Excellent tips and tools from Google’s Paul Lewis on performance testing.
All the tests and all the results, all in one place.
Cennydd delivers a slap of common sense to A/B testing. With science!