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 Volume 49 of the best internet finds o’ the week: Found Friday. This week we have: a zombie Easter bunny (not overly design-related, but it’s Easter soon and the zombie bunny is just too awesome); an app that sends the websites you’re reading to your Kindle; an in-depth article on taking credit card payments on the web; an ingenious wallet for guitarists; and a good read on CSS data tables. Read on!
Alright, so this is a very loose-to-non-existent connection to design, but like I said – it’s almost Easter. How can you pass up a zombie chocolate Easter bunny? Another gem from ThinkGeek.
This app is smart & straightforward: it sends the websites you’re reading to your Kindle. Developed right here in Edmonton too!
Taking credit card payments through a website can be a daunting task. This article from Smashing Magazine breaks it all down for ya.
I’ve been known to carry a guitar pick in my wallet’s change section. Also, my wallets have been known to have change sections. Anyway, this Picker’s Wallet is a great design solution: a little pick pocket!
When used properly – ie. not for design/layout – tables are a great way to present tabular data. This article has a bunch of CSS techniques you can use to make your tables shine!
See you next week!