Posts Tagged “Accessibility”

Babyfy.com, the ultimate online resource for parents and parents to be

by oneafrikan on August 16, 2007

Babyfy goes through a second design iteration… I think it’s much better ;-) _ Babyfy.com, the ultimate online resource for parents and parents to be

Local Businesses in Wimbledon SW19 London with Reviews, Contact Details & Maps

by oneafrikan on August 16, 2007

From We Love Local: Select a category in Wimbledon: Local Businesses in Wimbledon SW19 London with Reviews, Contact Details & Maps What a great way to make the web useful for people in their local areas… I really hope those (…)

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What’s happenning to Tech for Africa?

by oneafrikan on July 26, 2007

I’m the first to admit that I’ve had my head in the sand the last few months, and have received many emails asking what’s happening with Tech for Africa… So I thought that posting something public would be the best (…)

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CSS Redundancy Checker from Ajaxian

by oneafrikan on July 26, 2007

Pretty cool tool if you’re working with CSS ;-) _ Ajaxian » CSS Redundancy Checker Tom Armitage has written a simple tool that is immediately useful to anyone working with CSS. The CSS Redundancy Checker is a Ruby script that (…)

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Naked startup: what it feels like to get (Alpha) product out the door

by oneafrikan on July 20, 2007

If you’ve been reading this blog lately, then you’ll know that I’ve had my head in the sand building a product (that is backed by some pretty awesome people) with our team of ninjas, so that means that I’ve pretty (…)

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dConstruct 2007: User Experience Design Conference

by oneafrikan on July 13, 2007

Had my head in the sand with this new venture funded startup thing we’re doing ;-) And looks like I missed the boat on this one ‘cos they’re sold out!!! _ dConstruct 2007: User Experience Design Conference

Going to: d.Construct 2007: User Experience Design Conference

by oneafrikan on May 24, 2007

Go see: _ d.Construct 2007: User Experience Design Conference d.Construct is an affordable, one-day conference aimed at those designing and building the latest generation of web-based applications. Previous years have seen speakers from organizations including Amazon, Google and the BBC, (…)

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