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Flic - Smart Bluetooth Button - Pure simplicity at the click of a button.
Flic Smart Button gives you simplicity in a click of a button. A Bluetooth button you use as a shortcut to apps and devices, for iOS, Android, Mac and more.
iot  buttons 
16 days ago by adamvig
How to create an accessible language picker
In this article, we'll go through the steps of creating a custom language picker and keeping it accessible.
fridayfrontend  cssbasics  accessibility  language  select  aria  buttons 
17 days ago by spaceninja
The Galaxy Note 10 won't have a headphone jack or physical volume and power keys (rumour) • Android Police
David Ruddock:
<p>Speaking to a source familiar with the company's plans, Android Police has learned that Samsung will likely begin its wind-down of the headphone jack - and even physical keys for functions like volume and power - with the Galaxy Note 10. The Note 10 will have no 3.5mm connector, and exterior buttons (power, volume, Bixby) will be replaced by capacitive or pressure-sensitive areas, likely highlighted by some kind of raised 'bump' and/or texture along the edge (i.e., a faux button). We don't know if it's Samsung's intent to carry over both of these changes to the Galaxy S11 in 2020.</p>


Slightly delayed courage?
samsung  headphone  buttons 
20 days ago by charlesarthur
Accessible Icon Buttons
While the seemingly popular aria-label is a perfectly valid way to add an accessible name to a button (and/or other components), it is certainly not the only way, let alone the best. You could always just put text in it, for example. But what if the designer or the UI enforces the absence of visual text next to an icon? There is a handful of ways that an icon button can be implemented accessibly. This article is an overview of them all.
fridayfrontend  accessibility  css  icons  buttons  aria  aria-label  svg 
24 days ago by spaceninja
Split Buttons: Definition
Limit the overall number of choices within the menu to less than 10–12, to avoid choice paralysis and the tedious need to review a long list of items to find the desired one.
Avoid submenus within split buttons, as it is difficult to move the cursor to the submenu without accidentally closing the main menu.
Disable items that are not relevant or unavailable for the current task.
Order the items within the menu by popularity (for a small number of items), or alphabetically (for a larger number of items with names that will be known to users). Ordering helps users find the command they need without having to exhaustively review all options. For a small number of items (fewer than 5 or so), ordering them by popularity makes the most important items quickly available. For more than 5 menu options, alphabetical order makes it easier for users to predict where to find a known item in the menu order (according to Hick-Hyman law).
If keyboard shortcuts are available for any options within the menu, make those visible next to the command to promote learnability.
inspiration  design  ux  dropdown  buttons  ui 
24 days ago by Shoord

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