WCAG 2.0 — Criteria And Techniques For Successful Accessibility Conformance

It’s one thing understand the basic principles and guidelines for making your site more accessible and another thing to actually meet those guidelines.

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Be More Productive Using Routines as Automation

Can you automate yourself? It seems like an odd question to ask. We automate things that are repetitive. We let machines or software assemble products and complete tasks because they can do it quicker and with less errors.

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WCAG 2.0 — Accessibility Principles And Guidelines

Where do you start? Where do you find the guidance to help you build more accessible websites and web apps? Both are questions I asked myself when I began this journey into learning more about web accessibility. I found the initial guidance I was looking for in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).

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Why Your Creativity Wants You To Waste More Of Your Time

Should getting more done in less time always be the goal? When it comes to the work you do, is it always better for your business to do the most you can in the least amount of time? Or are there good cases for taking a non-linear path to your goal? Can wasting time be a good thing for your business?

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What Does It Mean To Develop Accessible Websites?

If I ask what it means to develop accessible websites, what would you say? Would you respond that accessibility means adding code for screen readers? Is there anything more? Does accessibility start and end with screen readers?

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