Not sure what accessibility changes will have the most benefit to your existing software? Are you in the build process and need to make sure accessibility has been appropriately considered? Use this checklist as a starting point.
Welcome to Found Friday Vol 2. This week’s finds include a collection of awesome Macbook cases, a beautiful & fun letterpressed card, a list of Mac & web apps for graphic designers, and a great article on why being a designer is awesome. Enjoy!
If you’re a designy nerd, and you did something to upset a fellow designy nerd, what better way to apologize than with a beautifully designed & printed CTRL + Z letterpress card? Found on swiss-miss.
Jacob, over at Just Creative Design, asked his network for suggestions for a potential cool case for his Macbook. He got inundated with suggestions; here is his list. If you’re looking for an awesome case for your laptop, look no further!
Hit the jump for the rest of this week’s finds!
There are a lot of articles out there on how to deal with difficult clients; sites like ClientsFromHell; web design comics complaining about this & that etc. It’s refreshing, then, to read a positive article from a fellow web designer on why he loves what he does. I’m calling for more of these!
Various web sources pinpoint sales of the iPhone at 40 million – and that’s just up to 2009. Blackberries and other mobile web devices are very popular too. With this growing popularity comes the question: is your website mobile-friendly? Here is a list of 10 tools to create a mobile version of your site – most free, with a few paid options. One omission: if your site or blog is powered by WordPress, check out the WPTouch plugin. We use it on the Paper Leaf blog – simple to use & looks great on an iPhone.
It seems there are 10 solutions for every 1 problem out there – it can be difficult to know which solution is best for you. One method is to see what the pros are using; chances are, if they’re using it, it’s a good solution. Here’s a list from Brian Hoff about a few of the applications he uses – some of which I use, and the rest I’ll be checking out.
That’s it! Tune in next week for a new post on Monday, and another Found Friday on … well, Friday. If you liked this post, I’d love a vote (below) for whatever site you use – and why not subscribe to the RSS so you can stay in the loop? Thanks!