Twitter is disjointed but covers it all. This month includes my email signature, a new plugin, the usability of Delta’s app’s name, African emoji, and more!
Today, I want to share two quick things about accessibility (one web, one not) that are both local to MRW Web Design. Seattle Public Schools Accessibility Lawsuit A faithful blog reader let me know about this first story after reading last week’s post on the lawsuit against Harvard and M.I.T. for not captioning videos. Despite minimal news […]
I used to talk about the legal ramifications of having an inaccessible website a lot more. However, WebAIM’s “Hierarchy for Motivating Change” helped me realize there were better arguments in favor of accessibility. That said, sometimes a story is too big to ignore. From the February 12 New York Times: Advocates for the deaf on Thursday filed federal lawsuits […]
A free WordPress-for-nonprofits event and free WordPress plugin! What could be better? (Answer: Getting back to work on paying projects!)
I missed posting on Tuesday, but I still tweeted in October.
Frequently Asked Question pages have a place on modern website when the content and design conform to best practices.
Lists are one of the best ways to format text so that a page is easy to read. Unfortunately, it’s common to see “fake” lists that aren’t as attractive or readable. Learn to recognize real and fake lists, diagnose what kind of list you’re using, and fix them!
You’ve probably heard at least a passing reference or two to HTML5, but do you really have any clue what it is? The New Yorker recently wrote a fun primer on what HTML5 is, how it came to be, and the messy arguments and competing standards that popped up on the way toward becoming a formal […]