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.
After a brief hiatus last week, we’re back with Vol 74 of Found Fridays. This week’s web finds include: GridBooks for sketching out your wireframes; the A List Apart Web Design survey; a great plugin that will auto-load plugins when you set up WordPress; a dead-simple way to make HTML5 video & audio work cross-browser; and a secret passageway switch (it was too cool to not share).
Wireframing makes projects more efficient and makes me focus on content & usability. These GridBooks look to be a great tool for sketching out web design wireframes.
Every year A List Apart has a survey with the intent to get a good look into the state of professional web design across the globe. If you consider yourself a professional web designer or developer, head on over and fill out the survey!
We use a lot of the same WordPress plugins on every install; had I known about this awesome plugin earlier, which downloads a configurable group of plugins all at once, I would have minutes of my life back. Alas, I do not. But now I’ll be savoring the extra time this plugin saves me.
One line of code & your HTML5 video & audio will work in all major browsers. One word: nice.
So, we have this room in our basement that is just asking for a secret bookshelf doorway (mainly due to where/how it’s situated). Then this awesome Secret Passageway Switch comes along. I think it’s a sign – I’ll be in my basement.
See you next week!