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But, but... accessibility makes design less creative…?
Well, no. Good design is inherently accessible. Saying it stops you being creative is a bad excuse for NOT doing a good design. I’m going to take you through why it is so, purely from a visual…
By the year 2015 I imagined the internet to be something close to how it was envisioned in Gabriele Salvatores’ Nirvana cyberpunk film. You’d plug yourself into cerebral cortex, put VR goggles on and off you would go flying into the cyberspace.
A few months ago, I came across a thought-provoking tweet, suggesting that businesses tend to prioritise IE8 support over accessibility, even though the latter comprises a larger demographic. It’s a statement that I’ve been pondering over for a…
I confess, I haven't been in touch with the latest and greatest of typography for quite a while. So it was great to get reacquainted at Ampersand Conference at Brighton last month. A little late, but I thought I will give a round up of my take aways.
Over the past couple of months, a small team at Red Badger has been working on a number of HTML5 prototypes for an interesting client. Speed of development and easy iteration have been essential so we've taken the opportunity to try out a new…