Strolling through San Isidro, a municipality of Lima, Peru, you get the impression that they had accessibility in mind. Curb cuts on every corner, ramps leading into stores, restaurants and some private homes. And plenty of clearly marked blue spots for parking. I wonder how strictly the parking was enforced since when crossing the street I learned that Stop signs are more of a suggestion. Continue reading “Universal Design, Accessibility and the Streets of Lima, Peru”
The default WordPress themes have been very good, accessibility wise, for some time now and I’m always exited to try out “this year’s model”.
Thanks to the folks at the WordPress Accessibility Team you can use the accessibility-ready tag along with one-column, two-columns, right-sidebar, flexible-header and the like when you’re searching for a new theme for your site. In fact, please use the accessibility-ready tag when you’re searching for a new theme for your site.
As Joe Biden would say, “this is a big fucking deal.” Everything should be Accessibility Ready.