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Fringe Accessibility, slides & tweets from #Abstractions talk by @aardrian https://t.co/hXyQFKpS8s #a11y #webdev
Slides from my talk at Abstractions, Fringe Accessibility. Note: Below are the animated images that were in my slides but which did not survive in the transition to SlideShare. They are all quite large and will take time to load. If you want to save on your data plan, hit…
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As UX designers, we have a lot on our plates. The term “UX Unicorn” exists for a reason. We are responsible for our clients’ goals as well as our users’ needs. You might ask then, why should you think about Accessibility in your UX Design process? Imagine going into a design workshop and telling your client that you need more hours to make his or her company website accessible. You’ll need a good use case to convince your client and maybe even ...
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Good stuff. #webdev #html #tips 
A while ago I wrote an article with some CSS tips, now it's time to give some polish to our HTML! In this article I'll share some tips and advice about HTML code. Some of this guidance will be best suited for beginners – how to properly build paragraphs, use headings, or improve forms, ...
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Great tips. #webdev #html #css 
I'm not the most talented coder in the world. No, it's true. So I try to write as little code as possible. The less I write, the less there is to break, justify, or maintain. I'm also lazy, so it's all gravy. (ed: maybe run with a food analogy?) But it turns out the only surefire way to make ...
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Sharing our expertise. Use our free resources to learn how computers and the internet can help disabled people at work, at home and in education. Call our freephone helpline during UK Office hours on 0800 269 545. Expert Resources. Factsheets · Webinars · My Computer My Way ...
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In this little tutorial, I’m going to share some tips I recently followed to build a fun demo for the Build 2016 conference. The idea was to create a small 8-bit drum machine, with 8-bit sounds and graphics: This small web app was used in one of our demos to illustrate how you can easily provide a temporary offline experience when your hosted web app loses Internet connectivity. It works in all desktop browsers as well as on all smartphones (i...
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Also includes "Easy Ways to Optimize Your Content". #webcontent #webwriting #writing #a11y #tips
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Great tips. #webdesign #forms #a11y
Buttons are a common element of interaction design, and while they look like a very simple UI element, they are one of the most important elements to create. In this post, I’ll cover the basics you need to know in order to c...
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If you asked someone to explain ‘web accessibility’ most people would say it’s something to do with improving the web for disabled people. But it is much more than that.
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Better keyboard navigation with progressive enhancement https://t.co/UEB2xwdNND by @codepo8 #webdev #a11y
When building interfaces, it is important to also consider those who can only use a keyboard to use your products. This is a basic accessibility need, and in most cases it isn't hard to allow for a basic keyboard access. It means first and foremost using keyboard accessible elements for ...
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Forms is the one of the most important type of interaction for users on the web and in the apps. They are used everywhere — for registration, subscription services, customer feedback, checkout, to initiate transactions between users and companies, or as data input to search or share information. Developers should pay
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I specialize in web accessibility. Skills includes ARIA, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
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Digital accessibility is my thing.
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built EasyChirp.com; run WebAxe.org; taught my grandma to email on WebTV
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Kids drawings become inventions we can use | DesignFaves
www.designfaves.com

In collaboration with The Cultural Spring, designer Dominic Wilcox asked 450 children to come with with their most creative inventions. Then

Tech Giants Team Up To Boost Accessibility
www.disabilityscoop.com

Some of the biggest names in technology are banding together with a new commitment designed to make their products more accessible for peopl

aXe
chrome.google.com

Accessibility testing in Chrome Developer Tools

5 UX Tips to Capture the Audience You’re Probably Ignoring
www.usertesting.com

Have you ever tried comprehending a dense article while reading on a crowded bus or train? Did everything sink in right away? Or did you hav

Creepy Teletubbies and Joy Division Mashup
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esterday a monochrome horror was unleashed upon the internet. A creepy black and white, and practically skull faced image of the Teletubbies

Yes, browsers can do that! Hybrid and future web meetup at Jayway
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A meetup talk on how to use browser features that used to be modern but now are a given but we've forgotten to use them.

The Headings Hierarchy Challenge - Joe Dolson Accessible Web Design
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Figuring out a useful hierarchy for HTML headings poses some major challenges, especially in a CMS with many interacting parts.

How Companies Engage Customers Around Accessibility on Social Media
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Presentation for my ASSETS 2014 talk. Full paper here: http://www.cs.rochester.edu/hci/pubs/pdfs/companies-consumers.pdf

SEO through Accessibility- How designing accessible websites leads to…
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SEO through Accessibility- How designing accessible websites automatically optimizes them for search engines I gave this presentation to the

Mobile Accessibility on the Move
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Even though WCAG 2.0 was written before smartphones put mobile accessibility in the public eye, WCAG 2.0 was written to be forward-thinking

The Accessible Web: Improving the Universal Experience
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Presentation on Web and document accessibility presented to the National Endowment for the Arts' LEAD conference, August 2014.

How to be a keyboard accessibility super hero - Simply Accessible
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Three simple things you can do to improve keyboard accessibility in your web page or application. Think links and buttons, focus and source

The new HTML5 dialog element
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Using the new HTML5 dialog element to provide cross-browser dialogs without libraries.

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