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Accessibility of linked DOC/DOCX files – User Experience Stack …

I am working on a site where the client wants to provide links to Microsoft Word Doc/Docx files. This is probably a bad idea for a number of reasons but from an accessibility standpoint, is this a good

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accessibility – Why is low contrast between active and inactive …

In what way does it provide an advantage for the end user's experience, or, put differently, how did it ever get back up to 0 points? For example, consider a fairly stock … Users don't have to…

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User Experience Architect, University of Michigan

The User Experience (UX) Department at the University of Michigan Library is seeking a talented and enthusiastic User Experience Architect to support a large-scale initiative to redesign the library's web presence…

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@iheni Joins the TPG Team! | The Paciello Group – Your …

Henny immediately strengthens TPG's expertise in several areas including user experience, media player and mobile platform accessibility. We're very happy to have Henny with us — please join us in welcoming her to TPG!

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Are italics on the web bad for accessibility? – User Experience Stack …

On a current web project, we've received word from the client that we can no longer have any italicized text on the website we are building. When I asked for some reasoning, I was told that

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By August 5, 2014 Read More →

Inside AdSense: Tips to make your content more accessible to users

A combination of offering users the best experience and efficiently monetizing your content is important for the long-term success of your website. With that in mind, here's some tips to help you to achieve

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accessibility – How can wiring systems be designed to not rely solely …

The reason for this is that although a user experience practitioners job is to seek out the most usable or accessible interface, product, or service, we are also required to try and meet user expectations. We have many different …

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IBM Names Chief Accessibility Officer – Personalization and Mobile …

… first Chief Accessibility Officer to establish IT accessibility standards and industry solutions that not only create an inclusive workplace environment, but are designed to personalize the user experience on any device

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accessibility – Omiting label element on self-explanatory form – User …

Take the 2-minute tour ×. User Experience Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for user experience researchers and experts. It's 100% free, no registration … For sighted users, it seems that no label element is required for the input box as it …

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Weekly Roundup of Web Design and Development Resources: July …

Welcome to the weekly roundup! Each week I publish some of my favorite resources for user experience, accessibility, WordPress, CSS, HTML and responsive design that I'

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