Posts Tagged ‘accessibility’

  1. 07 Oct, 2017

    Tabbed Interfaces

    Fantastic deep dive into writing accessible tabs & accordions from Heydon Pickering. This is something I’ve always struggled with, so this detailed post certainly helps.

  2. 09 Jul, 2017

    Empathy Prompts

    This is a fantastic site that helps designers consider users who experience our creations in much different ways. It rounds up a lot of helpful tools and techniques to help you design more thoughtful, empathetic, and accessible experiences.

  3. 30 May, 2015

    Web! What is it good for?

    This post by Jeremy really resonated with me. Definitely worth your time to read it in its entirety.

  4. 21 May, 2015

    Why I Care About Accessibility

    As part of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, the folks at Fresh Tilled Soil asked me for my thoughts on accessibility. So here they are: And in the spirit of accessibility, here’s a transcript of the video: Yeah, accessibility matters a […]

  5. 20 Apr, 2015

    Building websites that work on an e-ink Kindle

    I recently wrote about accessibility and low-powered devices and shared a story about how my wife’s cousin uses a Kindle as her primary browsing device. Chris Ferdinandi wrote a great follow-up post sharing some tips and gotchas for creating Web experiences that […]

  6. 09 Apr, 2015

    Accessibility and Low-Powered Devices

    My wife’s cousin suffers from debilitating migraines. She’s done everything to reduce the migraines’ frequency, from dramatically altering her diet, to trying every available medical treatment, to even moving several times to different climates. Because of her condition, she has to minimize […]

  7. 23 Apr, 2014

    Labelmask

    I’ve recently been for more efficient ways for user inputs, especially around credit card input. In exploring using input mask solutions, a lot of people have weighed in on several important limitations/frustrations: Accessibilty–One of the biggest concerns with input masks […]

  8. 24 Oct, 2013

    Float Label Pattern

    Inline form labels can cause a lot of trouble, but at the same time the constraints of mobile screens force designers to do more with less space. It puts people in a weird position. Let’s take a look at the […]

  9. 27 Feb, 2013

    The Invisible Aspects of Design

    Noah Stokes shared this sentiment on Twitter yesterday: I feel like responsive design has sucked the soul out of website design. Everything is boxes and grids. Where has the creativity gone? His follow up post explains how responsive design is […]

  10. 09 Feb, 2013

    You Can’t Create a Button

    Nicholas Zakas discusses the dangers of relying on Javascript to make non-link, non-button elements interactive. If you expect the user to interact with something, then you need to use either a link or button.