Foster an ability to think in and through a design problem, rather than just looking back on it after the fact. Think flexibly and put different pieces of information together to see connections. Embrace a cycle of reflection and action to enhance and expand capacities.
A long time ago one of my favorite things to do on the web was to explore content management systems. It still is.
Around 1999, I used to visit my friend and play around on PC computers. We’d install scripts like Francisco Burzi’s phpnuke just for the fun of it. View source and installing programs was how I learned to build websites. The web in those day was an exciting time. Today is no different. Twenty years later, I’m still excited about the web. …
Building in accessibility from the beginning of the design and development process improves usability for everyone.
Here are some resources and tools that helped me learn more about Web Accessibility and the fantastic community of writers, designers and developers working on this topic. I prepared these notes for a workshop I led at UCLA. I hope it helps you explore this important field of study.
Curious about our world. Love to learn something new everyday.