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.
It’s F-F-F-F-Found Friday 69, everyone! Commence your joyous celebrations for the following great finds this week: a UI stencil kit; a tutorial on how to build a responsive image gallery; some awesome color-dipped mugs for you fellow caffeine fiends; a bunch of useful CSS snippets; and a web app that turns your static website design mockups into actual clickable test sites.
These stencil kits are a great way to lay out your next project, be it web/iPhone/iPad etc, on paper. Handy!
This tutorial teaches you how to make what the phrase above says. I’m too lazy to type that out again. Copy and paste you say? What am I, some sort of internet wizard?
I drink coffee. A lot of it. All day. I have two favorite mugs (used to be three until one met an untimely end) – perhaps I’ll add one of these awesome color dipped mugs to my quiver.
CSS resets, browser hacks, etc etc etc. Worth a look and potentially a bookmark, you crazy web developer you.
Their tagline is “turn your mockups into prototypes and get feedback fast”. And that’s what it does. Seems like it could be a useful (and free) tool for web designers (via @CategoryCode).
See you next week!