Bruce Lawson gave a keynote talk recently at Velocity Conference in Amsterdam called Ensuring a High Performing Web for the Next Billion People that you should watch. He’s written a blog post discussing the talk a bit if you’d like more information. It’s fantastic because it touches on all the parts of the Web that […]
The W3C has started developing web accessibility tutorials to help designers and developers understand accessibility better. It’s available on Github if you want to contribute.
In Zen and the Art of Wearable Markup, Jeffrey Zeldman reminds us to progressively enhance the experience, focusing on capabilities rather than devices.
Pointer Events have become a W3C recommendation, but it’s not all good news as Tim Kadlec points out in Apple’s Web? Apple simply does not play well with other vendors when it comes to standardization. The same sort of things we once criticized Microsoft for doing long ago, we give Apple a pass on today. […]
Today, the United States Access Board finally and officially proposed an update to Section 508. Section 508 is one of the big accessibility laws in the United States, and the update brings the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) into the rule, applying it to web-based content as well as to offline documents and software. This change has been […]
Created by Viget, Interactive WCAG 2.0 mashes up accessibility recommendations from the W3C and WebAIM.
Thanks to a few tweets from Russell Heimlich, I ran across Luke Wroblewski’s notes on Jeremy Keith’s An Event Apart Chicago 2012 talk. These lines have stayed with me: Responsive design isn’t about mobile or desktop design. It’s about the Web. The first Web pages ever were responsive from the start: they adapted to various screen […]
Zeldman.com uses a theme I helped make for WordPress. Lance Willett So cool to see this. Hint: It’s Twenty Fourteen. Via Zeldman’s Theme.
Web Accessibility Consultant Karl Groves asks One. Simple. Question. (and a follow-up).