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 Found Friday, and I’m rapidly typing this out so I can get back to losing my March Madness pool. This week, we have: a bunch of jQuery plugins to help with responsive design; an article on the new iPad, its retina display, and what it means for us web developers; a great, free, responsive slider plugin for WordPress; an article on skeumorphic design; and a gorgeous Scrabble set for typography nerds.
Responsive design is new, and new things mean new challenges to solve. Here are a bunch of jQuery plugins that solve problems that responsive design faces.
The new retina display on the iPad is awesome, but it also is going to be a bit of a headache for web developers. Read why.
A free, responsive WordPress slider plugin. Nice.
Skeuomorphic design isn’t just a difficult to pronounce phrase. It is something UI designers should know inside & out.
It makes sense that Scrabble lovers would also be letterform lovers, right? This is a gorgeous take on the traditional Scrabble board game.
See you next week!