Archive for the ‘Accessibility’ Category

Accessible form: how to position items and render it attractive?

We were left in great suspense, curious to see how our ugly duck, difficult to understand, is transformed into a beautiful swan… and now are you ready to follow me in this transformation process through the CSS code? || Read more »

How can we create an accessible form and with an optimized code?

How can we create an accessible form and with an optimized code?

After a lot of theory and examples on what not to do, today we’re finally going to put our hands on some codes, seeing how to create an accessible form and with a standard code. In most cases, in fact, the...

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Accessibility and reality: the horror gallery (first part)

Accessibility and reality: the horror gallery (first part)

It happens that I read on the web a bit too often, statements of web-designers ( or presumed) that say that they get paid separately  for the compatibilty with browsers  like Internet Explorer 6 and even the accessibilty of the...

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Accessibility: is your site readable?

Accessibility: is your site readable?

A few weeks ago we treated the issue of the web-standard fonts and in particular the specifications CSS3 @font-face. An important aspect that, for one reason or another, I didn’t take in consideration is the readability of the “fonts”: “now”...

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Why typographically thinking ruins your site? (second part)

Why typographically thinking ruins your site? (second part)

A couple of weeks ago  we talked about how some summaries of the traditional graphics are stored and  wrongly reused in the web world: for example the definition of the height of the elements involved in  the layout. But there...

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Why tables and divitis make your site inaccessible?

Why tables and divitis make your site inaccessible?

There are several types of errors of accessibility and usability common among web-designers and aspirant web designers, whyyou should  eliminate them from your site should be a question with an enclosed answer: if there are problems it’s obvious that they...

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Why do people run away from your site?

Why do people run away from your site?

You have noticed: in the era of web 2.0 and of the social sharing, information is accessible from multiple sources (although there’re often less authoritative respect to the last period). So, often a user can find himself on your site after...

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Why thinking typographically ruins your site?

Why thinking typographically ruins your site?

Since there are no obligatory academic courses for our sector, one often approaches the web design with no graphic nor composition basis and with the same frequency changes course to web design starting from a training in traditional graphics. Obviously...

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