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 43; the best design finds of the week! This week we have the following: a great article on measuring the effectiveness of web designs, a roundup of new web tools/fonts etc for designers, a digital note-taking machine, a new file format for eco-friendly designers, and beautiful letterpress wallpaper.
If you’re a freelance web designer, or if you run your own web design business, you learn pretty quickly that the sites you’re building need to be effective. They can’t just look nice, or else you’ll quickly run out of clients. This article outlines some tools and ways to measure your web design effectiveness.
There are always a boatload of new fonts, web apps, tools and more being released every month that aid designers in their day-to-day. This article highlights some of the best of February 2011.
A simple, beautiful, relatively cheap way to record digital notes. If the iPad is too much for you, check out the NoteSlate.
WWF file format is a new development from the World Wildlife Foundation – essentially, it’s a PDF that can’t be printed (thus saving trees). Check it out. (via swiss-miss)
Type nerds, rejoice! Share your love of typefaces by wallpapering your house!
See you next week.