Reading Time: 5 minutes HTML offers a choice of emphasis for individual words and blocks of content. Let’s create an inclusive experience of emphasis beyond using an em tag.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Browsing my favourite YouTube channels, I found an ideal lunchtime project. Online Tutorials featured a snatty CSS image erection effect. It made me think of a 4-fold flyer I created for an art show. It was ideal to play with.
Reading Time: 23 minutes Legalese and compliance copy is the pillar of trust when customers agree to our terms. It’s the specialist language of law. How do we make legalese accessible?
Reading Time: 5 minutes Why embed a PDF inside our HTML? Isn’t it odd? Our digital medium is HTML. It’s a wonderful space offering accessibility, beauty, inclusion, and versatility.
Reading Time: 4 minutes I dislike off-the-shelf content management systems (CMS). They allow anyone to publish content to the Web. That’s fantastic! If only you would deploy them accessibly!
Reading Time: 22 minutes An accessibility engineer complied with WCAG SC 1.1.1 and broke 13 others. This case study closes the gaps between accessible and inclusive assessment design.
Reading Time: 6 minutes We should stop writing the “and/or” conjunction. Its visual meaning is ambiguous and the audible experience is horrible when announced as, “and slash or”. We can design an improved experience.
Reading Time: 2 minutes When specialised vocabulary exceeds a readability score of Grade 8, then replace it with something that doesn’t. I found the ideal phrase is, “ice cream”.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Demonstrating an improved and inclusive UX of lists for visual and non-visual readers
Reading Time: 5 minutes Thinking about those lozenge-shaped UI components designers use for filters and refer to as pills or capsules, and how to code them – properly.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Replace your brand’s negativity with positivity. Words and phrases are as important to our users’ mood as your graphics. Happy writing!
Reading Time: < 1 minute One Day everyone will know when their best visual design decision results in a poor content experience. In the meantime, let’s lament the loss of common sense.
Reading Time: 5 minutes We must understand when to include an alt value and when so, what to include in and how to write that value. That’s not necessarily simple. It’s emotional.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Frameworks don’t need to be evil. Only their masters can make them that way?
Reading Time: 4 minutes When we write web content in valid vanilla HTML, the Internet is a far more inclusive product. I argue to drop Markdown and write to, or into HTML.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Microsoft Edge exemplifies a dark pattern designed to make revenue. Is it only a scam?
Reading Time: 5 minutes Investigating the implementation of the prefers-reduced-motion setting for vestibular disorders
Reading Time: 11 minutes At most every turn with accessibility I find , “it depends” actually translates to, “so what?” Dialogs just stink.
Reading Time: 12 minutes Adding usability and accessibility to special HTML characters and punctuation for screen reader and visual users