In 2009, Smashing Magazine wrote up a great article about the 10 ways to improve the accessibility of your XHTML website by making it standards-compliant. A few of the things they touched up on were specifying the correct DOCTYPE, one thing we seems to ignore because most of the time our IDEs generate this for us; defining the namespace and the default language; supplying proper meta tags. They go ahead and list 10 of them.
Again, a great article. I like to brush up on the article every few months so I can save time in the long run.
In a perfect world this article would be King. But… you know…
Testing the usability of your site is one of the smartest things you can do. Usability involves making a websiteÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s interface easier to use and simpler to understand, so that the userÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s experience is as enjoyable as possible.
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One of my favorite producers showed me this the other day:
Google Browser Size
A great tool for designers, information architects & developers to look smart in meetings.
I’ve been doing a lot of Quality Assurance for my #1 Client, and in addition to being fully thorough, it’s good to have a bunch of tools under your belt. Rather than re-blog about it, I’ll share with you a blog about 10 Browser Testing Tools. He says they’re for designers, I say they’re for anyone that works with the web. You can be a Developer, Designer, Quality Assurance Engineer or even a Project Manager – these tools are for you!