This is fantastic https://gen.medium.com/lets-celebrate-a-man-who-actually-made-things-right-5b33b2e03e71
Learned so much from the conversation between @firstname.lastname@example.org and @email@example.com on @firstname.lastname@example.org.
I had her book on my todo list for a while but it is now on the top of the queue.
/me updates @email@example.com to 3.20, thinking: Updates are great, but what benefits will it bring for me??
30 minutes later:
/me I have to query users in this field, how do I do that?
@firstname.lastname@example.org’s excellent documentation:
> Since 3.2.0
#a11y #ux. https://twitter.com/knowbility/status/1143179441297862657
Just got refused a Canadian visa I needed to present my poster at #cogsci2019. I believe that not everybody fully realizes how much visa issues hurt diversity in academia. So here goes my thread on the topic.
Developers like “Don't Repeat Yourself” and “Keep It Simple”, then go to reimplement the <button> element… *sigh* :-)
Here is how you COULD turn a div into an accessible button, bottom line: it's a lot of work and code involved, we already have <button> element with all the functionalities built it, if you don't have to, don't?
Happy EU Referendum Anniversary Everyone https://twitter.com/david_cameron/status/595112367358406656
Hey game developers, this one's for you. I want to reintroduce myself. My name is Brandon Cole. I'm your blind friend. Ask me all the silly questions, even the ones you think might offend me. They won't. I'll answer them, and then we can start making your future games accessible.
Something else with computers.
Where do you think you'd be if this whole internet thing never existed? I'll start: Mediocre manager of a Blockbuster who sends all his free time at the local comic book shop.