Apr. 24th, 2017

lb_lee: A happy little brain with a bandage on it, surrounded by a circle and the words LB Lee. (Default)
Originally posted at the MultipleMonday LJ comm on Feb. 26th, 2007

1) Do you usually front run alone, in groups, in pairs, or some other way?

2) Is anyone a front hog?

3) Does anyone like to come close to the front and let someone else do the talking?

4) Clothing: Basically the same or does one or more of the front-runners have a separate style?

5) How often do your front-runners change/switch out?

Answer away. Pick one question to answer or go for all 5. It's nice to leave a comment so others can read your answers. You may feel free to answer here if you like.
lb_lee: A pencil sketch of me drawing/writing in my sketchpad. (art)
Whenever ANY issue of access comes into play, INVARIABLY you will have at least one person who points out, “Look, accessibility is hard. It takes a lot of effort. Give the creators a break.”

Sure, it’s hard, but it’s also vital. Accessibility is an imperative part of good design. That this would be even considered a question shows a very flawed idea of what good design IS. The whole point of good design, in my opinion, is wedding aesthetic appeal with functionality. Your product should work as well as possible for as many of your customers as possible, and it should be appealing while it does it. (And when in doubt, function wins out.)

I have passionate feelings about accessibility in design, okay? )
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