I missed the first Rate and Review a WordPress Plugin day so I played catch-up this morning and rated three. Here’s what I think makes a good review.
Some humor to take solace in during a tough design project.
You probably know the phrase and how it ends. Sadly, not all web developers who build website tools have users’ best interests in mind (or at least they didn’t stop to think about all of them). It’s up to us all to avoid using common and popular features that shouldn’t be.
Sticking with tweets by topic: Advice for nonprofits, tips for Q&A forums, some LOLz, and a reminder not to forget the commas.
When focusing on the nitty-gritty details of website accessibility, it’s easy to forget that tools and techniques aren’t enough to make an accessible web.
I need some quick feedback. I’m releasing a major update to a plugin and I’ve made a simple tweak to the settings form. Will it help or will it hurt? You tell me.
It’s a common if misguided notion that bigger and brighter donate buttons and slick snazzy websites are required to get users to donate. That view overlooks some of the most basic requirements to get users giving money on your website.
When doing a big tech project, your organization needs a project manager.