How people touch their phones
This is one of those articles that got stuck in my head. There are so many misconceptions when it comes to how people use their phones. And as you might know misconceptions about how people use things are one of the biggest threats to accessibility. Design for fingers, touch, and people is a long read but I would say that it's worth it. The author do argue that accessibility guidelines doesn’t care about mobile. Well, in the past they haven’t. At least not specifically. But with the 2.1, that I mentioned above, they at least try to move in the right direction. This article should be read and thought about. By the way did you know that it doesn't matter for touch if you got fat fingers or not?