This was an article I had originally posted on Accessites.org back in June of 2008. As the site is now retired, I’m posting it here as an archive 🙂 While the landscape of accessing information has changed since 2008, I do believe that the concepts of User-Centered Design and Usability remains the same. Do you […]
This was an article I wrote back on July 16, 2006 for Accessites. While the references are quite dated, the concepts of a standards-based design and teaching users to code properly still apply today. Enjoy 🙂 As a standards compliant designer supporting an Intranet environment, it gives me a good feeling to create a fresh, […]
May 9 marks Global Accessibility Awareness Day. To celebrate, I’d like to recap on an experiment in identifying external links, which stemmed from a discussion on the accessibility issues with links that open a new browser window. Originally posted 20 July 2011. Testing external links up in here. Actually, it all started with a question […]
I’m a definite proponent of ‘skip links’ with any site I build. In addition to being an essential part of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines – 2.4.1. – Bypass Blocks, I firmly believe that skip links are valuable for a more effective user experience. I just do mine a little differently.
Angry Birds is the bane of my existence. Oh, how I love it so!