Wow. So I wrote An Alphabet of Accessibility Issues for The Pastry Box (who, by the way, have invited me to become one of the “regular bakers” and I could not be even more thrilled) and the reaction to it has just exploded.
This one’s simple: every one of us, in some way, is a person who needs accessible technology to surf the web. Maybe today we don’t, but probably in the future we will. When that time comes, we need the web to be flexible and accessible. We need to start building it now.
Those kind folks at The Pastry Box let me write for them again. This time I covered a subject that’s absolutely plaguing me right now: decision fatigue. Honestly, it’s one of the top things I think lead to designer burnout, but lacking hard data about that, I just talk about how it feels.
Please read Decisions, Decisions and check out the rest of The Pastry Box while you’re there.
I was given the opportunity to write a post on The Pastry Box, a fantastic blog site chronicling different issues and thoughts that web designers and developers think about.
Please read The Ancient Art of UX War and let me know what you think!