Today I’m sharing a strategic approach that enables your design practice to learn more from the accessibility-related data you already have. I will again skip the “how to” article formula and dry laundry lists of tactical “do this/don’t do that” mechanics. Instead, I’ll focus on helping you think about WHY you should do things differently… Continue reading How Serious Is Your Design Practice About Learning?
Accessible game design is beneficial to EVERYONE, this includes individuals with permanent or temporary disabilities, game developers, and the average player. Camryn Manker · Follow Published in UX Collective · 12 min read · 12 hours ago — 1 Listen Share Photo Credit: Microsoft Out of the billions of people who play video games worldwide,… Continue reading Accessible video game design
Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers. “What do we even mean by web3? We have NFTs (non-fungible tokens), cryptocurrencies, the metaverse, blockchain and DAOs (decentralized autonomous organizations). It’s not just one thing we don’t understand. It’s a lot of things we don’t understand. What’s in? What’s out? And how do all of these pieces fit… Continue reading Accessibility week, low-tech UI, how to ask for a promotion, dark mode
Perhaps, nowadays it’s quite unnecessary to explain anyone the importance of the online presence. Fortunately, the majority of business owners have already realized the benefits it brings. That’s why the number of websites is increasing constantly. The best thing is that today you don’t have to hire a professional for building a website. You can… Continue reading How to Create a Website with a Drag & Drop Builder
As the co-author of Babylon.js, a WebGL gaming engine, I was always felt a little uneasy listening to folks discuss accessibility best practices at web conferences. The content created with Babylon.js is indeed completely inaccessible to blind people. Making the web accessible to everyone is very important. I’m more convinced than ever about that as I’m personally touched… Continue reading Creating an Accessible Breakout Game using Web Audio and SVG
1: Treat linked SVG images as you would bitmaps When linking to an SVG document as an image, the alt attribute is still required: <img src=”coca-cola-logo.svg” alt=”Coca-Cola”> … just like a regular bitmap. 2: If you’re using inline SVG, provide a title The <title> of an SVG element serves a similar purpose to the <title>… Continue reading Making SVG Accessible