Pragmatica11y: Web Accessibility Best Practices

Pragmatica11y: Web Accessibility Best Practices

Continuing our end of the year wrap-up, we are highlighting some of the best accessibility blog posts from 2013. Denis Boudreau's Pragmatica11y series was a popular feature on the Deque blog this year. Pick and choose the blog topics that interest you, or read them all, starting with the first in the series! Pragmatic Accessibility Welcome to "Pragmatica11y" Denis introduces his new blog column Pragmatica11y… Continue Reading Pragmatica11y: Web Accessibility Best Practices

Pragmatica11y: Teaching Accessibility Core Rules

Pragmatically with Denis Bourdeau

Following in the footsteps of the discussion initiated last month, allow me to go further down the path of the so-called "accessibility core rules" as we cover the remaining accessibility principles that are operable, understandable, and robust. A lot of people have written on the POUR principles over the past four and a half years. My intent is not to do that all over again… Continue Reading Pragmatica11y: Teaching Accessibility Core Rules

Pragmatica11y: Perception is everything

Pragmatically with Denis Bourdeau

Back when I was a student in classic literature and creative writing some 20 years ago, one of our teachers showed how perception is often more important than the message we mean to convey. On the very first day, as we entered the room, seven words were written on the blackboard: "A woman without her man is nothing." The teacher was standing in the front… Continue Reading Pragmatica11y: Perception is everything