Bienvenido, its Bento Break 4! Accessibility reviews, great art, and some minimalism sprinkled in just for fun. WebAim Million 2021 WebAim’s accessible web review is here. Can I Email? Can I Use for email. The pain is real. Tiny home in the Alps Minimalism is fascinating
Welcome to Bento Break 2. Some accessibility goodness, as well as sharing some artwork and design system concepts I saw out there in the wild. I’m trying to include artwork from unique art communities, concepts, and mediums to keep it fresh. Enjoy! Container queries are here! So stoked. Accessible conferences Deque’s recent adventure The PING […]
Emojis. Love them or hate them, they’re part of our online experience. Well for most of us. I was recently messing around with these fun little pictograms and thought “Hey. What do they sound like to a screen reader? Is it possible to make screen-reader-friendly emojis?” Unsurprisingly, the support for readback was very patchy. Testing […]
While doing exploration on a larger article I’m currently writing, I realized that my FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) Android ways prevented me from using most Google services. I thought this also meant Talkback, the only AT (Assistive Technology) for Android. However, on further exploration, Talkback is bundled into the “Android Accessibility Suite” which […]
If you ever wanted a quick run down on how a UX designer should consider accessible challenges, check out my new article “UX for All: Designing for accessibility in 8 steps” on Pega. Read “UX for All: Designing for accessibility in 8 steps” now.
Welcome to the final part of my Accessibility Jumpstart series. Last time I chatted about a few of the helpful tools I use in dev and design processes, and this time we’ll be covering some ways in which you can stay current with accessibility industry trends as they roll out. While it can be seen […]
Welcome! Last time we covered basic user testing principles to help us understand that user should come first. However there are some workflows and tooling that can help you catch a lot of the little issues before they even become a problem. I’ll list the dev & design tools I personally use, have looked into, […]