Noel has three kids in Seattle Public Schools. She wants to take part in her kids' education like any parent would. But she's blind. As it turns out, the school district's website is incompatible with JAWS, one of the most popular screen … [Read more...] about Where Accessibility Meets the Law
Below are a series of articles related to web accessibility, with a particular focus on WordPress sites. Learn best practices for writing content, developing themes, working with plugins, and more.
In the introductory post to this Web Accessibility series we talked about what accessibility is and why it matters. Armed with some basic information, I'd like to dive into what actually makes a website accessible and what some tools are that you … [Read more...] about How to Check a Website for Accessibility
I've talked a lot about web accessibility lately, especially as it relates to WordPress Themes. The feedback I got from this podcast told me that web developers want to embrace better accessibility, but aren't sure how. Enter this 5-part series … [Read more...] about An Intro to Accessible WordPress Themes
Update: This theme is no longer available for sale. I'm leaving this announcement post here for posterity. :) I'm thrilled (and slightly nervous) to announce that Utility Pro, a new theme for the Genesis Framework, is officially available for … [Read more...] about Setting a New Standard: Utility Pro
If you're in the world of web design and development, you're familiar with "responsive web design" (RWD), a phrase coined in 2010 by designer Ethan Marcotte. In its most basic understanding, RWD is an approach to building sites for optimal viewing, … [Read more...] about Website Accessibility and WordPress