Author: James Hopkins

James Hopkins
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It’s time to make web accessibility integral to your project lifecycle

It is imperative that accessibility considerations are integrated at each stage of a project's lifecycle, and are not treated as an arbitrary exercise.

But why is that, and what happens if they aren't?

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How typography will help your responsive website stand out

The best responsive designs come with good, considered typography.

As far as I am concerned, there are two factors for great typography. The first one is personality, the second one is semantic.


Making your HTML accessible for the visually impaired

Accessibility is an important topic in web design, but one that previously hasn't been covered on the Econsultancy blog.

To rectify this omission, I'll be writing a series of posts exploring how to make your websites more accessible from the outset. 

In this first post we’ll look at creating a design that people with visual impairments will hopefully find easy to use.