Be nice. Or else.
Auckland NZ Sr. Product/UX Designer at Trade Me Joined about 3 years ago Cody has invited Jason Amunwa
I gave you 50 claps for the article. I'm over it.
https://twitter.com/codyandchelsea/status/899723604342042624 I can't read it because of the scroll.
Thanks for the share Shawn! Last week I was really nervous giving a company-wide presentation, but afterwards, I was super encouraged by all the people that came up to me and said thank you. That praise gave me the vigor to transform it into an article.
Hmm, I like Atomic's ability to do element level prototypes.
While I think it's interesting criticism from Darrell, this isn't the "everyday" persons website. It's not an e-commerce site or a social media site. The target market are those with a lot of money wanted branding for their business or looking for inspiration for their own work. The visually impaired, as Mike put, are not the target market and shouldn't be taken as such.
While it's doubtful that the developers intentionally excluded accessibility concerns, as a business owner, it wouldn't be my top priority.
Also, the business should have the ability to make their website as readable or weird as they want. They own their site and their content. If they choose to make it unreadable, that's their choice. Not ours.
Not sure what you are talking about Ken?
Nope. this doesn't turn on Do Not Disturb "when screensharing"
May I suggest running a color contrast checker on the landing page? Hard to read! Also I can't copy and paste anything!
Does anyone do this with a family?
Hi Thomas, can you do designs of an alternative approach? Seems like the logical step from here.
Be nice. Or else.
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