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The intersection of markup, content and context in accessibilityPublished on
I wrote a post for 24 A11y about context in accessibility.
Better Conversations About AccessibilityPublished on
If you know accessibility and work with designers, design with them.
Inclusive Design: Whose Opportunity Is It?Published on
Your decisions can start impacting better design for everyone.
Front End Design, WordPress Themes and the FuturePublished on
If you work on WordPress themes, your role will evolve.
The Promise of Gutenberg: Themes as More Design, Less BaggagePublished on
This changes everything.
The Next Chapter for ThemesPublished on
Customers want their sites to look just right. They don’t want to learn a theme.
The Future of UnderscoresPublished on
Things look bright for one of my favorite open source projects.
What We Look for in Themes for WordPress.comPublished on
Have a better chance of getting a premium theme on WordPress.com.
Display a Featured, Featured Image in WordPressPublished on
I wrote a tutorial about featured images on ThemeShaper.
Learn More About Themes and User ExperiencePublished on
WordPress themes are for users.
Building a Strong Foundation with Keyboard AccessibilityPublished on
It all starts with your keyboard.
Accessibility Is (Not) ScaryPublished on
I wrote a blog post on accessibility for Digital Gov.
Up Your Theming Game by Reviewing ThemesPublished on
Get better by reviewing other people’s work.
Featured in WebAIM November 2014 NewsletterPublished on
Accessibility Tunnel Vision featured in the WebAIM newsletter.
Featured in WebAIM September 2014 NewsletterPublished on
One of my blog posts was featured in one of my favorite places on the web.
Accessibility is War and How to Win ItPublished on
How to be an accessibility champion from within.
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