Link to today's sites.
The best websites are those that can be accessed by everyone. I have an iPhone, and I hate trying to open a website only to get a little blue box and nothing else.
If visitors have trouble accessing your site, you're potentially losing customers or money.
It's not always our natural instinct to think about how our design decisions effect other people, but once we get into the habit of using universal design, it's really pretty easy to follow a few guidelines.
Today's question is multi-part: 1) Do you know anyone with a disability? How does that disability effect them in their daily lives? 2) Think of a specific disability that we didn't discuss. How many that effect someone's ability to access a web site or even a computer?