In case you weren't already aware, I wrote a book. This is an unusual book since it is a whole technical book dedicated to making web applications accessible. Read more on “Apps For All: Praise and Errata”
I guess it all started pretty innocently enough. The UX guys would be asking for a new module or something. You know the sort of thing: a search box or paginator. Read more on “Confessions Of A CSS Expert”
I like to take a little break and try to solve a simple problem. The current page link is just such a problem. Read more on “The Accessible Current Page Link Conundrum”
I've always been a bit concerned about :focus styles for buttons. Some browsers barely do anything by default, making things less than obvious, whereas Firefox's insistence on including an inner outline (-moz-focus-inner) is ugly. Read more on “Shrinking Button Outlines”
To be really good at CSS, you have to learn CSS. I know this sounds like a tautology but I've become aware of a peculiar attitude that preprocessors such as SASS are somehow the successors Read more on “Tetris & The Power Of CSS”
For this article, I took a sample of corporate and small business design clients, erased their memories (with a "mind rubber"), then asked them to critique a small selection of highly prolific and famous Read more on “Design Clients On Famous Logotypes”
A Design Aphorism
The fundamental failure of most graphic, product, architectural, and even urban design is its insistence on serving the God of Looking-Good rather than the God of Being-Good.