I’m guessing you don’t like pop-ups. So why do so many sites use them? Should they, even if they “work”? Let’s re-use a tired metaphor to talk about it!
I launched a number of large projects for clients in 2023 and saw some consistent trends among them. Take a tour through the projects and learn what tied them together.
I’m always interested in how other people approach evaluating websites for accessibility and helping website owners fix them. This presentation covered how one company does that, and I really liked a lot of what they had to say!
Thoughts on making thoughtful decisions with clients when building websites together.
Thanks to Aurooba and Brian from the View Source podcast for sharing a bit of work and thinking I’ve done about WordPress themes and plugins playing nicely with each other.
I built a thing for people who build WordPress sites with The Events Calendar. It also is a great excuse to show people a technique I think can make most sites in the WordPress ecosystem more beautiful. (Not kidding.)
This is post 3 of 3 in the series “Ask Me Anything” The Washington State Nonprofits Conference provides a chance for me to answer questions about all-things-nonprofit-websites for any attendee of this great conference. I’ve participated in 2021, 2022, and 2023, answering questions about website accessibility, website strategy, and content management. Many of the questions … Continue reading “How do I proactively make sure my website is accessible?”
A new usability study clearly shows that website overlays do not serve any needs of a significant group of people with disabilities.
With the help of 51 poll respondents and 13 questions for me about websites, I’ve got some clarified thoughts for how nonprofits can best improve their websites.
I enjoyed four great sessions on the first day of the Washington State Nonprofit Conference about remote work, nonprofit structures, “nice racism,” and world-class websites.
Sometimes good things take time. Sometimes life doesn’t go according to plan. So better late than never, here are my 23NTC Field Notes for all three days of the conference.
There is no such thing as a cheap and easy “fix” to supporting and communicating with people with disabilities. Every single person who reads this post has a role in making websites more accessible. Yes, even you!
Anyone who knows me knows that I care a lot about making websites accessible. So it may surprise you that I won’t install a certain kind of web accessibility tool. Here’s why.
As someone who provide services online, it’s no surprise that I write a tremendous number of emails. I’ve spent years thinking about the keys to good client emails. Here’s my list.
After completing the initial layout and home page templates with the Site Editor, I moved on to dealing with some custom post types and taxonomies and putting the site styles to the test against existing content.
As I take my first deep dive into the new WordPress Site Editor, I’m stream-of-consciousness blogging the experience for future reference. Hopefully this will benefit others too!