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Alan Dalton
Working on stuff that matters ❧ Tweeting in a personal capacity ❧ Ask, “What will happen if I don’t do it?” ❧ Get plenty of rest and plenty of fluids.
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Rebecca Cokley Feb 13
. “we should not place architecture above people. If we cannot make accessibility beautiful we are not trying hard enough”
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Derek Featherstone Feb 11
If you're a leader in the web profession, I'm politely asking that if you're posting images of things on twitter, please add a text equivalent. People look up to you as an example of "how to twitter" and "how to web"
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Alan Dalton Feb 12
Replying to @cjforms
I like how practical that success criterion is! For a time limit, you can: • let users turn it off; or • let users increase it to at least 10× its default; or • warn users before it expires, give them at least 20 seconds to extend it, and let them extend it at least 10 times!
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Rachel Clarke Feb 10
“‘Are you feeling alright?” I asked her. ‘I feel all sleepy,’ she said. In an hour, she was unconscious. In 12 hours, she was dead.” - Roald Dahl on the death of his daughter, Olivia, aged 7, from measles. The anti-vaxx movement is deadly.
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Alan Dalton Feb 8
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Alan Dalton Feb 8
RDRR
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Alan Dalton Feb 8
r²Dr
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Alan Dalton Feb 5
“When one company decides which ideas are worth supporting and which aren’t, which access problems matter and which don’t, it stifles innovation, crushes competition, and opens the door to excluding people from digital experiences.” —
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Manuel Matuzović Jan 31
I just finished making accessibility audits of 9 of my students' projects. My key takeaway is that wave tool, lighthouse, etc. are great for identifying low hanging fruits (and beyond) but 0 errors or a score of 100 doesn't mean that your site is accessible. If you're…
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Alan Dalton Jan 28
Replying to @malimirkeccita @24ways
Thanks for sharing that, Silvestar! 🙏
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Alan Dalton Jan 28
I am destined to sing this once a week for the rest of my life.
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Alan Dalton Jan 28
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Alan Dalton Jan 28
Replying to @BoarnieB @_IHREC
Congratulations, Bernie! 🙌
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Alan Dalton Jan 27
Thanks to for my copy of “The Money Doctor 2019”! I’m looking forward to getting stuck into this.
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Alan Dalton Jan 26
Replying to @ProductHunt @joelanman
Sounds a bit like ’s Thinq Up:
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Alan Dalton Jan 26
“[…] really comes down to giving people options so they can use something however they want and need.” 👌 (This webpage only displays on the App Store in iOS 11 or later on an iPhone or iPad. 🤷‍♂️)
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Alan Dalton Jan 21
Replying to @TheSineadBurke
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Molly Watt Talks Jan 19
I experience this ignorance, ‘how can you use a phone if you’re “supposed” to be blind?’ It’s a fact that most see something however small & ever considered the features on today’s smartphones are there to enable all -we are not fake
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Alan Dalton Jan 20
If the same god is working in all sorts of different ways in different people, why does that book also say that “it is a shame for women to speak in the church” (1 Corinthians 14:34-35 King James Version)? That seems like a nasty book, Eamon.
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Alan Dalton Jan 18
Replying to @irishstu @alan_maguire
Hang on there, lads. Beards are our default. We need not explain them. Only the shaven-faced need explain their appearance.
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