If it's confusing to you, it's probably confusing to your users. Try again. Again, don't be an #$%&$&. :)
Typey, typey. We love it, you should love it. Make you users experience pleasurable.
Probably one of the most important things to take away from this camp other than color blindness and ARIA.
Yeah, a little goofy and dramatic, but use these personas as a starting point.
Standard issue braille keyboards for computer control are coming soon from the camp counselor. (Just kidding, we don't have the budget for that, but we wish we did.)
Make sure people can slap that tab key like their life depends on it. (If they have to, well then their life depends on it, so make it happen.)
accessibilityscouts.camp is just the tip of the ice berg. Get your butt in their and learn more.
Hey, if people can't see your lovely design and words, that's on you. Don't be an $%@hole. :)
Color blindness doesn't have a sound. DUH. Sorry, trying too hard at this point.
Really…you read the colophon? GOOD FOR YOU. Now you're a total expert.
Yeah, we know. This one didn't really fit in the sight manual. But, hey this was an important to earn and learn about.
Earned by reading the acccessibility section in the about manual. Are you an expert yet scout?
Can they hear you now? They dang well better. TRANSCRIPTS, YO. Blah, blah, blah.