Chrome Dev Summit: Sign-up Form Best Practices [Video]

Sam Dutton in brown button-down shirt.

Raise your hand if you’ve tried to create an account and log into a website, only to be get frustrated with how difficult it is.

If I had two dozen hands, I’d raise them all!

Forms are a standard on the web, used for online shopping, access to content, email, social media, and more.

Why do they have to be so difficult? Continue reading Chrome Dev Summit: Sign-up Form Best Practices [Video]

How to Learn About Accessibility Best Practices in WordPress

Quick Start Guide of WordPress Accessibility Handbook

When it comes to accessibility in WordPress, you’ll find thousands of resources—blog posts, videos, podcasts, courses, infographics—to help you learn about WordPress accessibility.

I know, I’ve published several posts and given WordPress accessibility presentations myself.

But as with all things WordPress, the wordpress.org site is the source you want to visit to learn how you can make your WordPress site accessible to everyone.

Thanks to Sami Keijonen for his tweet earlier today, reminding Twitter users of the excellent WordPress Accessibility handbook resource: Continue reading How to Learn About Accessibility Best Practices in WordPress

UX Thursday Detroit 2014 Recap

Jared Spool talking about Progressive's online insurance application

Last week’s UX Thursday Detroit 2014 conference was an amazing day for all things user experience. Over 180 user experience professionals and web workers gathered at the Gem Theater in downtown Detroit for the one-day event to learn from our fellow UX practitioners.Continue reading UX Thursday Detroit 2014 Recap