Web Design Has As Much Soul Now As It Did Before

Have you been following all the talk about the lack of creativity and the lack interesting aesthetics that the web design and development industry has producing the last few years?

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The ARIA Roles Model Part 1

What can you do when the native semantics of the HTML you use don’t communicate enough information or they don’t communicate appropriate information to assistive devices? You use ARIA roles, states, and properties to communicate the semantics instead.

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An Introduction To WAI-ARIA’s Roles, States, And Properties

Assistive devices, like screen readers, need to understand web content and applications before they can communicate the information to persons with disabilities. Much of the time the HTML we write provides those semantics. Sometimes it doesn’t, and that’s where WAI-ARIA comes in.

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This Week Only 59% Discount — CSS Animations And Transitions

I noticed via Twitter, that Adobe has put my book CSS Animations and Transitions for the Modern Web on sale this week. It’s the ebook Deal of the Week.

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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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