A short little rant for the day.
Tweets abound. I’m joining a few new things, sharing some wit (read the McSweeney’s article!), and sharing stuff that I think is just plain interesting.
A fun little illustration of how removing visual information can help you say more with less.
Take 10 minutes to watch these two videos about the WCAG 2.0 accessibility guidelines (you’ll learn what those are) and how Canadian websites can be inaccessible too. As a bonus, these videos were made with accessibility in mind themselves.
Accessibility Camp Seattle 2013 got me thinking about how we can make more of the web more accessible. Here are five ideas.
It’s the end of another month, so it’s time for another installment of Fake Follow. It might be Halloween, but don’t expect any spooky tweets.
If you’ve got a website, read through your menu and see if it passes this excellent five-point evaluation.
Web utilities are single-use websites that do helpful little tasks. I use a whole bunch of them all the time. Here’s a list of my favorites.