I presented Web Accessibility: Making Websites Usable for Everyone at DevNexus!
Web Accessibility is for everyone – it means making Websites flexible enough to meet a broad range of preferences, needs and situations. This includes not only individuals with visual, auditory or physical disabilities but anyone with limited Internet connectivity, temporary disabilities (e.g. a broken arm), or changing abilities due to aging.
Thanks to everyone who attended!
The slides are here:
Warren Ellis reads from his new book Normal at Eagle Eye Books in Decatur, GA.
Yo, I’m speaking at connect.tech on Saturday at 2:30…
Wow… Aristotle really did a number on us (i.e. the collective Judaeo-Christian-Islamic history of thought). I wonder what the past 2,300 years would’ve been like if he had gotten on Alexander’s ish list.
Reading: Eugene Thacker’s “Starry Speculative Corpse: The Horror of Philosophy Vol. 2”
Well this is exciting! I have been accepted as a speaker at @connect_js in October! I will be presenting an original topic:
ExD: Designing for Exponential Change – An exploration of basic Design Principles and the forcing functions of Exponential Growth, Miniaturization and Dematerialization. Application of these concepts will be demonstrated using a custom set of “Method Cards” that can be sorted and discussed to inform and inspire research and design.
As in Art and Music and Fashion, the pendulum swings. There’s a critical conversation happening in culture, business and politics: meritocracy vs. imposed equality. Neither are actually possible.
Welcome to the mediocrity of enterprise software, domestic beer and dollar store aesthetics.
Technically I work on the 13th floor.