Adam Soucie has a nice start to a series of articles on accessibility over at Flywheel's design blog, The Layout. He begins with perceivability as defined by WCAG standards because, “if a visually or hearing impaired user can't perceive a site, they can't interact with it.” Adam's second post covers how user interface components and navigation must be “operable” to people with physical disabilities.
Chris Coyier is not a stranger to most of us web workers. He’s a designer at CodePen, a writer at CSS-Tricks, and a podcaster at ShopTalk. He uses WordPress on all three of his primary projects. For years, Chris has been a consistent advocate for the platform. He develops his own websites with WordPress, but his day-to-day…
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Brian Casel’s startup, ZipMessage, is a platform for asynchronous video conversations where anyone (like your clients and colleagues) can respond with a video of their own.
Em Lazer-Walker has an interesting post suggesting how game design could be used to make virtual events more social. 🎮
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