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Alan Dalton
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Alan Dalton Aug 16
Replying to @9tinygiants
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Alan Dalton Aug 14
“While such intrusions can be a source of irritation or even stress for many people, they may be complete showstoppers for people with anxiety or panic disorders.” — ()
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Laura Kalbag Aug 14
Like your books in audio? Accessibility For Everyone is now an audiobook! Listen to me talk to you about how we can make a more accessible and inclusive web in less than four hours. Unabridged, narrated by me, and thanks to the hard work of .
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Alan Dalton Aug 13
🤯 That was a popular beta!
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Alan Dalton Aug 13
Replying to @RealAlanDalton
“We need to harness the discomfort we increasingly feel toward the current crop of tech giants and redirect it toward an honest examination of our own behavior.” —
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Alan Dalton Aug 13
“We don’t need to convince to artificially constrain the effectiveness of its AutoPlay algorithm[;] we should instead convince users of the life-draining inanity of idly browsing YouTube.” —
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Carissa Byrne Hessick Aug 10
Hi Everyone: Just a quick reminder that in-person debates are a terrible way to test the merits of ideas. All they test is the verbal agility and rhetorical style of their participants. Signed, A Very Successful College Debator
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Alan Dalton Aug 10
“Instead of treating as a pre-made contract drawn up by the designer and presented to the user as a fait accompli, it is more materially honest to treat web design as a conversation between designer and user.” —
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Alan Dalton Aug 10
Replying to @B_O_Callaghan
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Alan Dalton Aug 9
Replying to @hankchizljaw
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Alan Dalton Aug 9
Replying to @hankchizljaw
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Alan Dalton Aug 9
Replying to @tonystubblebine
Was I in early enough to claim user ID #1 now?!
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Alan Dalton Aug 9
Replying to @wesbos @syntaxfm and 2 others
This article from is brilliant for learning how to approach web :
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Wes Bos Aug 8
Going to do a on website Accessibility. Send us any areas, tools, ideas, gotchas or general thoughts you’d think is important to cover 😃
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Mike Behnke Aug 8
Replying to @wesbos @syntaxfm
We had a blind person come in for an presentation at a local meetup, and it was super interesting to watch how he used a computer and apps on his phone. That kind of example isn't replicable by a sighted person playing around with JAWS or NVDA.
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Alan Dalton Aug 7
“[…] if you’re serving content over , creating a should be one of your top priorities right now, even if it’s just to do straightforward local and nothing fancier.” — expertly explaining an unfortunate problem
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Alan Dalton Aug 7
Replying to @RealAlanDalton
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Alan Dalton Aug 6
👋 and : have the brilliant “: Designing Accessible User Experiences” book by and on sale for 🇺🇸$19.50 for the paperback and ebooks, until 11th August!
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Alan Dalton Aug 6
I’m delighted that the article has been useful for you, Michael! Making those dense criteria more approachable was exactly my goal.
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Derek Featherstone Jul 5
Ask me some questions - DMs are open... What are you looking to figure out next in your accessibility journey? Where you are on your journey (new, intermediate, advanced)? what are you struggling with most right now with accessibility and/or inclusive design? You ask, I'll write!
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