In a previous article we talked about why accessibility matters, in terms of business, SEO, usability, and even the law. In this article I’ll explain how to create accessible WordPress themes, though the same ideas apply to any platform.
Good typography brings hierarchy and focus to the right places. This quick guide will teach you how to avoid ineffective typography and how to bring the right emphasis to the written words in your design.
The New Year is a great time to pick up some brand new skills. If you want to stay ahead of the game then check out our top insights for 2018!
The New Year is a great time to pick up some new skills. If you want to up your web design game in 2018, you’ll want to check out our extensive eBook library. As part of a combined Tuts+ and ThemeKeeper Elements subscription, you now get to read unlimited eBooks from top publishers A Book Apart, Smashing Magazine, and Packt Publishing.
December 3rd is International Day of Persons with Disabilities. This tutorial is part of a ThemeKeeper Tuts+ effort designed to focus on including and accommodating those with disabilities as we create content.
With 4.5% of the global population experiencing color blindness, 4% suffering from low vision, and another 0.6% beingblind, visual difficulties with using the webare more prevalent than you might appreciate. This guide will look at how designing for people with visual impairments can improve the web for everyone.
Apple has changed the way we interact with technology for the better by making computing accessible for everyone, no matter their age, experience or ability.
Accessibility matters because we, the people, want to use the web. Working towards an inclusive web helps us achieve that goal.
Here are a three simple accessibility tips to keep in mind so you can create more inclusive and user friendly designs. But inclusive how? According to WebAIM, the major categories of disability types are:
Let’s begin by posing a few questions.