The interactive widgets embedded in this article are excellent teaching tools!
This is a story about pizza and geometry.
The interactive widget here really demonstrates the difference between showing and telling.
Based on the problems with accessiBe and its ilk, I have signed my name to this:
- We will never advocate, recommend, or integrate an overlay which deceptively markets itself as providing automated compliance with laws or standards.
- We will always advocate for the remediation of accessibility issues at the source of the original error.
- We will refuse to stay silent when overlay vendors use deception to market their products.
- More specifically, we hereby advocate for the removal of accessiBe, AudioEye, UserWay, User1st, MK-Sense, and all similar products and encourage the site owners who’ve implemented these products to use more robust, independent, and permanent strategies to making their sites more accessible.
A very handy web component from Paul—this works exactly like a regular YouTube embed, but is much more performant.
I quite like this date-picking interface. It would be nice if browsers picked it up for
This ever-growing curated collection of interface patterns on CodePen is a reliable source of inspiration.
Hells, yeah! Want to make an accordion widget? Use the
details element as your starting point and progressively enhance from there.
PPK has posted some excellent thinking on calendar widgets to Ev’s blog.
Oh, no! How horrid! Now Twitter won’t control the “user experience” of that widget!
Instead, the person who actually posted the tweets in the first place gets to decide how they should be displayed. Crazy idea, isn’t it?
Standalone embeddable widgets from Google that you can drop into any web page. The maps widget finally frees the maps API from the tyranny of coupling a domain with an API key.
This sounds like Yahoo's answer to Facebook Platform for single web pages or (spit!) widgets. We'll see if the reality matches the hype. "The Yahoo! Application Platform allows you to build and launch open-social applications to the largest daily â€¦
Interface elements as fridge magnets. Make prototyping fun!
Last.fm have gathered together the best apps built on their API and put them all in one handy browsable spot.
A conference all about, well, widgety goodness. In Brighton of course—home to all the best conferency goodness.
From the people who brought you jQuery comes a set of widgets built using jQuery complete with documentation and tutorials.
Use jQuery? Use a mac? Here's a handy dashboard reference.
A dashboard widget for Twitter courtesy of Ben Ward.
A very handy little preference pane that allows you to toggle Dashboard on Tiger on and off.