Your accessibility statement is not just another contact form on your website.
Websites that don’t take dyslexia into consideration can be much harder to navigate. In this interview, Jules and Rebecca talk about how you can make your website more accessible and easier for everyone to use.
As people’s lives have come to an abrupt halt, we are still trying to keep as much moving as we possibly can. For many of us, this includes having lots and lots of virtual meetings.
Set goals that are both ambitious and reasonable.
A reliable and accessible navigation system is a priority for any website.
When you do have to stop and think about what a button does, or where it goes or why it’s not working, it’s frustrating.
Making accessible design decisions starts by establishing an accessible color palette.
Accessibility is a complex topic and can feel overwhelming when you’re getting started.
Four critical areas of focus to navigate the COVID crisis. Accessibility, Audiences, Ecosystems, and Full-stack Content Strategy.
You know how important accessibility is, but now what?
What The Cut’s piece on Tinder reveals about how programmers are taught to disregard ethics
How do we make space for empathy in our work and in our community? Jules takes us on a deep dive into what she learned at this year's DrupalCon