Being a Web Standard-Accessibility-Usability Enthusiast

Noted: Thursday, July 29, 2010 at 21:28:14. Words count: 107.
Last updated: Friday, August 20, 2010 at 13:11:45.

Not an evangelist. Just a fan–and a little bit addicted–of Web standardization, semantic, accessibility, and usability concept. I have no professional education or experience in Web-related environment. Learn from W3C best practices, Web consultant’s documents and stories, bad-slow-low bandwidth Internet connection, and my bad practices of course.

This unessential Weblog is intended as my place to play with those theories. It may be not fully standard-accessible-semantic-usable in mind. You may ask me the reason.

There is always a reason and philosophy behind the design. This blog is written enthusiastically based on my faith: normal vision is not the only one client of the Web.

Dani Iswara, [myfirstnamelastname]

4 comments to "Being a Web Standard-Accessibility-Usability Enthusiast"

  1. Cahya

    xhtml 1.0 strict! sure give me a headache.

  2. dani

    Get ready for HTML5!

  3. Cahya

    Well, depend on the theme build perhaps, when the time comes I thing it’ll unavoidable.

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