Tuesday, January 6, 2015

What's New on Disability.gov: Top 10 Guest Blogs of 2014

Top 10 Guest Blogs of 2014 By Stephanie Bostaph, Communications Specialist, Disability.gov
The start of the New Year is a time for reflection and a moment of new beginnings. When the clock strikes midnight, people resolve to do things a little differently – be a little kinder, work a little harder and love a little deeper. Our team was finally able to reveal a new user-friendly blog design, which reinforces our commitment to accessibility and usability, as well as our mission to connect people of all abilities to the resources they need to fully participate in their communities.
For the last few months, we have worked with a dedicated team of graphic designers, developers and accessibility consultants to prepare Disability.Blog for this transition. We hope you enjoy the new features: things like larger font, a clutter-free layout and a bright blue outline that appears anytime you hover over links on the site. Please share your feedback in our comments section below. We’d love to hear what you think!
Another reason we look forward to this time of year is our annual countdown of the Top 10 Guest Blogs. You may recognize Wayne Connell and Megan Totka, two of our regular contributors, who made the list; however, visitors also loved new guest blog contributions from Lilah Spencer, who through her mother, Leslie, shared what it was like for her parents to find out she has a disability and Steve Vicks, the founder of Noble Paws, Inc., a nonprofit that helps people with disabilities learn how to run a team of sled dogs....
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