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.
73 seems like an absurd number. I don’t know what else in my life I have done 73 times. Anyway, this week’s Found Friday includes some great finds, as always: a great article/tutorial on designing a responsive site; a sweet combo charger for us Apple nerds; a site that shows a bunch of logos created strictly in CSS (with code); some touchscreen-compatible winter gloves; and a “fish hotel” so even your fish can be stylin’.
A lengthy but easy-to-grasp article on mobile responsive website design. If you have any questions about responsive design, read this article. It’ll help immensely.
Yes. Yes, I am tired of carrying a MacBook and iPhone/iPad charger every time I leave the house. What’s that, you say? You’ve combined the two into some sort of magical dual charging device?
This site is a gallery of logos created solely with CSS. Plus the code. Pretty cool stuff.
‘Tis the season! It’s getting cold outside, but you’re still mega-popular. What’s a handsome guy to do? Buy these gloves! That’s what.
Not gonna lie – I think fish are the most pointless pet ever. But some people don’t, and some people like design. So here’s a designy fish hotel for you.
See you next week!