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A minimalist theme with substance and without the superficial. For davidakennedy.com.
A stylish, classic look for your personal blog with a dash of blue and monospaced fonts.
A collection of patterns for creating a starter theme, tailor-made for your project.
Hi. I'm a starter theme called _s, or underscores, if you like. I'm a theme meant for hacking so don't use me as a Parent Theme. Instead try turning me into the next, most awesome, WordPress theme out there. That's what I'm here for.
Twenty Seventeen theme
A weekly dose of web accessibility to help you bring it into your every day work.
Component library for creating themes
Accessible Zen is an accessible, minimalistic, readable, and fully responsive WordPress theme by David A. Kennedy.
A good start on web accessibility for you.
Just some past projects, demos and experiments.
A simple test repository for experimentation.
A set of Sass files to start with in a project.
A work-in-progress news site, aimed at those who want ease-of-use:
A collection of patterns for creating accessible-ready WordPress themes.
A simple WordPress accessibility-ready checklist in HTML format for performing accessibility audits on WordPress themes.
A simple child theme for Twenty Thirteen with small tweaks to make your favorite theme more accessible.
Testing for Web Accessibility with Free Tools.
A simple set of starter slides for presentations.
This is the repository for CFPB's Design Manual for developing print and web products. It contains both the assets and the content for the site.
A simple WCAG 2.0 checklist in HTML format.
WordPress, Git-ified. Synced via SVN every 15 minutes, including branches and tags! This repository is just a mirror of the WordPress subversion repository. Please do not send pull requests. Submit patches to http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ instead.
Lessons from Building an Accessible WordPress Theme for WordCamp Lancaster 2014.
Lessons learned from accessible WordPress theming, presented at Accessibility Camp DC 2013.
A lightning talk about where accessibility can get good or really bad.
Some quick tips for making accessible WordPress themes.