Accessibility

Dec29
A few years ago I didn't know what the term "accessibility" meant. I built Web sites that were partially inaccessible because I didn't know better.
Dec27
Accessibility testing tools, color contrast checkers and color blindness simulators, both for designers and developers.
Dec24
It's important for me that everything I design is both accessible, ethical and user friendly.
Dec21
If the web accessibility community were to collectively agree on a single rallying cry, it could easily be "use native, semantic HTML elements."
Dec13
Computer games are a big deal: they are part of our culture and they are a hugely popular means of recreation.
Dec08
There are at least six key areas of disability we can optimize for: visual, hearing, mobility, cognition, speech and neural.
Dec02
Julie Grundy kicks off this, our fifteenth year, by diving headlong into the snowy issue of customising form inputs.
Nov29
Last week I was moaning about the fact that 63% of developers surveyed don't test accessibility.
Nov28
There's an article circulating that claims accessibility and aesthetics are at odds with each other, creating a paradox that forces us to compromise.
Nov28
When I was a freshman in college, we were all plagued with an affinity for tiny-type