Accessibility: The Ultimate Programming Holy Grail

Write once, work anywhere: the dream utopia of interoperability. Often frought with implementation snaffus, this is the quest of Web standards. But these standards don’t yet take everything into account. In response to this interesting WATS article I’ve devised a quick and simple compromise to help solve the problem of inaccessible title attributes on various […]

Love for Web Developers

It occured to me today that the prevalence of badly-designed computer programs is depressingly common. More depressing, however, is the fact that this badly-designed technology is considered normal, espoused as right on par. Even worse, regardless of quality, almost any upgrade or advance to the next version number is seen as an "improvement" for the […]

Compromise isn’t always a bad thing.

If you’re anything like me, you’re not very willing to compromise. At least, not on things like your happiness, your dreams, your ambitions, or your web site’s accessibility. Unfortunately, due to the less than ideal reality in which we live, compromise often seems less of a choice and more of a necessity. Thus the story […]

IEzilla Strikes Again

A little while ago, I’ve just completed a spectacular, four-column, semi-liquid layout without a single table in the markup what so ever. It is entirely semantic, utterly accessible, incredibly lean, visually stunning…and a disaster in only the one browser that 95% of the population uses. Internet Explorer for Windows. As this is my first major […]