Monthly Archives: May 2012

The end of web design?

About a month ago, Jeffery Zeldman, redesigned his website to be all about content. A little later, he wrote an article about it, after receiving comments that he had obviously not tested his site on the desktop. I really like the new design. It’s a pleasure to read, that’s for sure. But the basic point […]

Accessible hover image links

Hover images, that is images that change when the pointer moves over them, have always been an integral part of web development. They alert the user to the fact that the image is “active”. Usually this indicates it can be clicked. Implementing a hover image is relatively straightforward. But doing so in an accessible manner […]