AEA News posts tagged ‘accessibility’
Good accessibility is good UX. Beth Raduenzel provides a step-by-step guide to making and maintaining an accessible website.
My Accessibility Journey: What I’ve Learned So Far
“It’s not about writing the most sophisticated code or finding the most clever solution to a problem; it’s about users and whether they’re able to use our products.” Manuel Matuzovic shares 11 lessons as a developer learning about and incorporating accessibility into his work.
Extreme Design by Derek Featherstone—An Event Apart Video
Accessibility expert Derek Featherstone explores multiple methods of extremifying your website designs—stressing them in ways they haven’t been stressed before—to illuminate opportunities for innovation, efficiency, and excellence that lead to great user experiences for everyone.
Accessibility and Empathy: An Interview With Derek Featherstone
Derek Featherstone is a veteran of the browser wars, the web standards movement, and the drive to make the web accessible to all. In the days before his full-day learning session at the sold-out AEA Seattle, we took a few minutes to chat with him about becoming a web professional, employing empathy in the design process, and the talk he’ll be presenting at An Event Apart Boston.
AEA Resources: Articles, Links, and Tools From An Event Apart DC 2014
An Event Apart DC is all done. Enjoy these show-related articles, links, and tools courtesy of your fellow attendees and our fabulous speakers.
Lawson’s Creek: A Few Words With the HTML5 Doctor
Bruce Lawson is a web standards evangelist on Opera’s Developer Relations team and a former member of The Web Standards Project’s Accessibility Task Force. We recently caught up with Bruce to discuss web accessibility, HTML5, his publishing past, and other topics.