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, we’re back with Found Friday vol 84! This week, we have: a neat online app for collaborative sharing of anything from photos to websites and much more; a free WordPress theme for showing in-browser static web design mockups to your clients; a free, better guides plugin for Photoshop; an article on what we’re forgetting when we’re criticizing websites; and a beautiful, all-wood bathtub. Read on!
I just discovered that our static web design mockup presenter tool breaks in the newest version of Chrome, which led me on a hunt that turned up Design Presenter. This free WordPress theme allows you to easily upload & share your web design mockups with your clients. Handy!
To quote GuideGuide, “Dealing with Photoshop guides is a pain. With GuideGuide, it doesn’t have to be. Pixel accurate columns, rows, midpoints, and baselines can be created based on your document or marquee with the click of a button.” It’s a free plugin for CS4+. (via @slhomme)
We’ve all done it – got up on our high horse and criticized a freshly launched or discovered site. But we’re missing a lot of information, aren’t we? This article is a must-read for anyone in the UX/UI/web design field. (via @liser)
I’m featuring these because a) they’re beautiful works of industrial design, and b) I wouldn’t mind wrapping up my week by lounging in one. Gorgeous.
See you next week!