Learn Web Accessibility on YouTube

For Days 90 and 91 of my 100 Days of Accessibility Challenge, I decided to browse YouTube to see what web accessibility introductions and tutorials were available for free. There were many more than I imagined! I've scraped off just a few recommendations to start you off, and YouTube's suggestions can lead you down the …


Dreamweaver Shortcuts: Grouping and Multiplication

Today's tiny win in saving time: grouping and multiplication in Dreamweaver. (a[data-lightbox="preview" data-title=""]>img[alt=""])*28 Thanks to DW CC and all the neat tricks mentioned on this awesome cheatsheet, I saved time by adding the above formula to create twenty-eight hyperlinked images with included attributes! It's the little things that make web design a little better. Update …

Great sources for setting up your brand new MacBook Pro to fly!

MacBook Pro close-up.

This is perfect timing for me, as I’ve just recently invested in a MacBook Pro myself! Excellent sources.


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With my new rig I can finally use Docker, so I will be learning with the Play With Docker Classroom.

Having so much fun with my new Mac. Still love the old Mac too though. I have invested so many stickers in it…

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Enabling People through Digital Accessibility

I'm halfway through my 100 Days of Accessibility journey! In concert with this achievement, I've recently completed the University of Southampton's free online course about Digital Accessibility and am ready to review what I've learned over the 5-week online course. Below are my highlights of emphasized points, ideas new to me, and a-ha moments as a web …

“To design is much more than simply to assemble, to order, or even to edit; it is to add value and meaning, to illuminate, to simplify, to clarify, to modify, to dignify, to dramatize, to persuade, and perhaps even to amuse.” Paul Rand