Mar 022014
 
#Accessibility

I’m definitely not an expert on this topic, I just wanted to share what little I’ve learned in case it might help others. Accessibility. If you have all your limbs, if you can walk and run with ease, if you can see relatively well with or without glasses, if you can speak without assistance, if you can hear without major problems…..you probably don’t think about accessibility as often as you should. It’s easy to have those blinders on. Easier still if you do not know anyone deaf, blind, handicapped.  At my first conferences it was a little tough for me to remember to face certain people when I spoke to them, and I screwed up sometimes. Luckily they’re not afraid to speak up and remind me to look at them, and then repeat myself. If you’re able-bodied and don’t know anyone who isn’t, it’s sadly too easy to forget about accessibility.  I try, I do,

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Jul 082011
 
Blogger Education: How to keep your individuality in blog design while maintaining readability for your audience

Tips on how to design your blog so that it walks the line between graphically representing your personality and your blog’s personality while maintaining a visually pleasing color palette and being easy to read.

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