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Access 2.0

The point of this blog is to look at all the things happening on the web now and in the future; the good, the bad and the downright fugly. But we'll be looking at it from the point of view of inclusivity.

BBC. Resources>Web Design>Accessibility>Blogs

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Accessibility

"The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect." - Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director and inventor of the World Wide Web The Web is fundamentally designed to work for all people, whatever their hardware, software, language, culture, location, or physical or mental ability. When the Web meets this goal, it is accessible to people with a diverse range of hearing, movement, sight, and cognitive ability. Thus the impact of disability is radically changed on the Web because the Web removes barriers to communication and interaction that many people face in the physical world. However, when websites, web technologies, or web tools are badly designed, they can create barriers that exclude people from using the Web. The mission of the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) is to lead the Web to its full potential to be accessible, enabling people with disabilities to participate equally on the Web. Contents: * why: the case for web accessibility * what: examples of web accessibility * how: make your website and web tools accessible * Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) at W3C learn more

Henry, Shawn Lawton and Liam McGee. W3C (2010). Resources>Web Design>Accessibility

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Accessibility Links and Resources

An annotated collection of dozens of online resources in web accessibilty.

Accessify. Resources>Directories>Accessibility>Web Design

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The Accessibility Project

For many web developers, accessibility is complex and somewhat difficult. The Accessibility Project understands that and we want to help to make web accessibility easier for front end developers to implement.

Accessibility Project, The (2014). Resources>Web Design>Accessibility

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Accessibility Tutorials

A collection of tutorials to help web designers understand accessibility issues.

Accessify. Resources>Tutorials>Accessibility>Web Design

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AccessiBlog

AccessiBlog was a weblog of articles and sites dealing with the topic of Web accessibility (though it is no longer updated).

Clark, Joe. AccessiBlog (2003). Resources>Web Design>Accessibility>Blogs

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Accessites.org: The Art of Accessibility

We aim to prove that accessible, usable web sites built with universality and standards in mind need not be boring. We will show you artfully crafted sites made by some of today’s most progressive web developers.

Accessites.org. Resources>Web Design>Accessibility>Blogs

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ActionExt

A resource with links to Actions and Extensions for Adobe GoLive.

ActionExt. Resources>Web Design>Software>Adobe GoLive

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ActionScript 2.0 to 3.0 Migration Cheat Sheet   (PDF)

This cheat sheet covers both ActionScript 2.0 and ActionScript 3.0 and is organized to help those who need to switch to 3.0. The functions and classes of ActionScript 2.0 are to the left of each section, followed by their equivalents in ActionScript 3.0.

ActionScriptCheatSheet.com (2009). Resources>Web Design>Programming>Flash

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ActionScript.org

A collection of resources for writing ActionScript programs within your Macromedia Flash projects.

ActionScript.org. Resources>Web Design>Software>Flash

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Ajax Tutorials

The mission of Ajax-Tutorials.com is to create the ultimate online resource for Ajax community. Ajax-tutorials.com allows developers to quickly navigate through hundreds of best-practice tutorials, articles, resources, and other Ajax related material.

Ajax Tutorials. Resources>Web Design>Ajax

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Bazzmann|Mag

Bazzmann|Mag si occupa di design molecolare, accessibilità, usabilità, web e UI design, standard W3C, semantic web e architettura dell'informazione.

Trevisan, Marco. Bazzmann. (Italian) Resources>Web Design>Usability>Blogs

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The Best of CHI-WEB and SIGIA-L

The chi-web and sig-ia mailing lists are two email based discussion groups on the topics of web usability, design and human computer interaction (the later with a heavier emphasis on information architecture). To subscribe to chi-web, read the info page or to get a better flavor for what happens there, use its full searchable archive. Alternatively, you can join sigia-l from here or view the sigia-l archive . Using the archives for each mailing list, I've compiled a list of the summary postings from useful threads, and a few personally selected favorite postings. Please note: my list below is not an exhaustive list of summary postings. I just picked the ones I found most salient and valuable for reference. Also, these summaries are collections of contributing posts: they are a mixture of opinions and commentary, with some references to reports, usability data, websites or books.

Berkun, Scott. UIWeb. Resources>Mailing Lists>Web Design>Multimedia

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Review: Beyond Borders: Web Globalization Strategies

If your Web site is not designed for or understood by a global audience, you are excluding an estimated 200 million people, according to John Yunker in Beyond Borders: Web Globalization Strategies.

Staples, Jeff. Usability Interface (2004). Resources>Reviews>Web Design>Localization

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Bokardo

A blog about interface design for social web sites and applications. I write about recommendation systems, identity, ratings, privacy, comments, profiles, tags, reputation, sharing, as well as the social psychology underlying our motivation to use (or not use) these things.

Bokardo. Resources>Web Design>Blogs>Social Networking

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Brilliant Button Maker

A form-based interface to generate 80x15-pixel buttons, like those often used to identify RSS feeds.

Luca Zappa (2005). Resources>Web Design>DHTML

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BrowserShots

Generates screenshots of how websites appear at 800x600 and 1024x768 resolution in six commonly used web browsers.

BrowserShots. Resources>Web Design>Assessment>Web Browsers

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Building Web Pages With HTML 5

Depending on who you ask, HTML 5 is either the next important step toward creating a more semantic web or a disaster that's going to trap the web in yet another set of incomplete tags and markup soup. The problem with both sides of the argument is that very few sites are using HTML 5 in the wild, so the theoretical solutions to its perceived problems remain largely untested.

Webmonkey (2009). Resources>Web Design>Wikis>HTML5

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The Business Case for Web Standards

A wiki to facilitate the collation of arguments and counterarguments in favor of web standards, and to sort them into the different categories of who we want to persuade.

Heilmann, Christian. Business Case for Web Standards, The (2007). Resources>Web Design>Standards>Business Case

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The Business Case for Web Standards

A wiki to collect information on this topic as there are a lot of presentations written about it but all differ in approach and content and collating all these great ideas can help us form a solid approach to selling web standards to the business.

Heilmann, Christian. ICANT (2009). Resources>Web Design>Standards>Wikis

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De Cascade Style Sheet

CSS oder Cascading Stylesheets zeigt auf, was alles möglich ist im Bereich dieser Formatierung. Es werden Befehle für CSS 1 und CSS 2 behandelt und mit Beispielen erklärt.

Schwarz, René. Talky.de (2001). (German) Resources>Web Design>Standards>CSS

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Charles Jeter

This blog is about Technical Communication--mostly. I may stray from time to time into family oriented posts. Located in sunny San Diego, loving the Southern California weather.

Jeter, Charles. Charles Jeter. Resources>TC>Web Design>Blogs

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Conditional-CSS

Conditional-CSS allows you to write maintainable CSS with conditional logic to target specific CSS statements at both individual browsers and groups of browsers.

Conditional-CSS. Resources>Web Design>Software>CSS

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Creating a Web App from Scratch

Today we begin Part 1 of an 8-Part series on building a web application from absolute scratch to a complete product. I am going to kick things off by introducing the idea, and then I will be handling the design, UI, and general front-end stuff. What we’re going to create is a “list app”. The idea being focused on simplicity and usefulness. Sign up for an account, and get started making a list in just a few seconds. Sounds easy right? Even the PHP dabblers out there probably could throw something like this together fairly quickly, right? Well the fact is, no, it’s not that easy.

Coyier, Chris. CSS Tricks (2009). Resources>Web Design>Programming>Case Studies

 
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