Why Start with the Blockquote? I launch Accessible Web Beauty Tips with the unassuming blockquote because (1) it’s wonderfully easy for stakeholders to use in all major CMS’s and (2) it’s simple for developers to make them super attractive. It’s even easy for developers to circle back and polish their collective look long after a redesign … Continue reading Beautifully Accessible Blockquotes
My Little Solution to the Frumpy Accessible Web What better way for a design-loving lightweight like me to help spruce up the Accessible Web than to write a series of Web Beauty Tips? That’s how I plan to combat the blight of dowdy, behind-the-times looks that seem to be the norm for otherwise awesome accessible … Continue reading Introducing Web Beauty Tips
An explanation of why I care so deeply about growing the Accessible Web.
A Note from the Trenches About an Ivory Tower Hope Two days ago I was on a conference call with the W3C EOWG team working on the draft tool “How to Meet WCAG 2.0: A customizable quick reference to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0” (which is temporarily located here ). Our goal is to create a … Continue reading Web Design vs. Web Development
Note: This post begins with an open letter to Tim Ferris. Dear Tim, I am a great, albeit reluctant, admirer of your podcast. I’m reluctant only because there are so many podcasts I want to listen to. And yet, when the time comes to choose, I generally pick yours. It’s addictively thought-provoking, plus on occasion you say things … Continue reading On Happiness