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Slides: Implementing Accessibility for a11yTO

Last night I spoke for about 25 minutes at the Accessibility Toronto meet-up. Joseph McLarty led with an overview of accessibility as a concept, touching on disabilities and simple testing techniques (see his slides at SlideShare). Then I ran through the following slides discussing how, from a process perspective, you…

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Make Your Vine Archive Accessible & Future-Proof

Well, make it accessible at least. Context: Seriously, even the pagination is made of non-links and non-buttons. These developers are now building other platforms. Poorly. pic.twitter.com/kETE6Dv0IS— Adrian Roselli (@aardrian) January 18, 2017 Step 1: Capture the Rendered HTML Open your browser developer tools and copy the entire thing into a…

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Tags: accessibility, html, standards, usability, UX

Avoid Messages Under Fields

Sometimes we fail to consider how browser features can jack up our interfaces. This is neither good nor bad, but we do need to account for it. My argument here is simple. Avoid putting important actionable or informational text exclusively below form fields. This includes labels, hints, and error messages.…

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Tags: browser, design, mobile, usability, UX

Speaking at MinneWebCon

This May I will be traveling to Minneapolis to speak at MinneWebCon. In its own words: MinneWebCon is a two-day web conference in Minneapolis that encourages inclusive grassroots knowledge-sharing. In addition to keynote speakers, breakout sessions, and half-day workshops, our annual conference is a space for speakers and attendees to…

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Tags: accessibility, speaking, standards, usability, UX