Designing for efficient, logical navigation around the page for keyboard-only users.
Key concepts for designing for keyboard-only users, and helping keyboard-only users identify where they are on the page.
Universal accessibility is possible with no technical debt for not a lot of extra effort, if attention is paid to alternative experiences up front. This post is the first in a series about designing and developing for the web while keeping accessibility for all users in mind.
In which I rediscover an offhand comment from an old blog post that came to define what I do.
June 16, 2010 · Tags: user experience
If you build software that’s easy to customize and extend, then what you build becomes less a like a product and more like a platform.