In a workshop today I suffered from temporary digital impairment. why? because of the reflection on the TV screen. it might seem trivial, but not being able to clearly see the screen made it hard for me to be fully engaged with the content being displayed. I had to work so much harder to try… Continue reading Accessibility
…designer Abelardo Gonzalez has made his font, ‘OpenDyslexic’ for people with dyslexia everywhere. With its heavy-weighted bottoms to indicate direction, the font helps dyslexics recognize letters more easily. This font can also be downloaded here. An oldie but a goodie.
A few years ago it was all the rage to create websites with a limited colour palette of whites and light greys. These looked great, if you were a designer looking at it on an apple cinema display, but ran into problems if viewed on a non-calibrated machine. This style was used a lot on… Continue reading The Accessibility issues of low-contrast colours