A concise overview on designing elements for accessibility that includes those using assistive technologies as well as touch screens and small devices, which present unique considerations. For example, hover works great for mouse interactions but not well for screen reader and touch screens. So what are your options in those circumstances? Read the article tips and techniques.
Interactive design elements are highly effective across a broad range of physical and virtual products if they are done in a way that increases user engagement in a positive way. Case in point, using CSS hover elements for user interactions. This article provides and excellent example along with a tutorial on how it’s done.