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Think accessibility first (and mobile second) Designing and creating web components first and thinking about accessibility afterwards is a common mistake. Adding accessibility afterwards makes it unnecessary difficult. This counts for the very first approach to design (scope and structure), for the visual details (color, clarity and contrast), content (...


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There's another option: radio buttons. Since you can only have one type for the system to work, a common control you can use are radio buttons. They are best for 2 -4 options, where the user can quickly scan which configuration they want. One aspect of this control, is that you can set the default option you think is best for most users. You can also educate ...


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Yes. Select controls and drop-down menus are a form of modal interface and should block interaction with the underlying content. This is often experienced as dismissing the menu or UI element by clicking outside of it when you don't want to make a choice. The underlying stuff that you click on doesn't respond to that click, it only dismisses the open menu ...


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