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.
Number 77 of Found Fridays checking in here. You know what else was #77? Ray Bourque. There, maybe you learned something today. Feel free to learn more (perhaps related to your profession, i.e. design) with the following finds: an awesome “day in the life of a designer” parody video from the holidays; a super-simple WordPress plugin for front-end uploads; an interesting year-end update from Process Type Foundry; a site with a great collection of design & dev tools; and finally some beautiful new monitors from Samsung.
So I’m a little late on this one, but if you missed it, check out this short (and hilarious) video. If you’re a designer of any ilk, you’ll relate.
This is a simple, open-source solution to adding front-end uploading capabilities to your WordPress site. Looks pretty handy, although I haven’t tried it myself.
This post from (the great) Process Type Foundry is a neat little roundup of their 2011, plus some fun stuff to look forwards to in 2012 (like Klavika Display!).
A collection of useful sites & generators for designers & developers, with a suggestion engine. Handy!
If you need a new monitor, check out these gorgeous ones from Samsung. Pricey but beautifully designed.
See you next week!