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Eric Bailey

Eric is a digital and user experience designer and front end dabbler. Before joining Cantina, he worked as a designer in a diverse range of industries, including news, digital and print publishing, health and human services, as well as traditional agency design. He is a strong advocate of accessibility, and enjoys creating straightforward, device-agnostic solutions that address the practical, physical, cognitive, and emotional needs of the user.

Eric graduated from Montserrat College of Art with a Bachelors of Fine Arts focusing in Graphic Design. In his spare time he enjoys reading, building small web toys, and compulsively checking Twitter.

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Improving the User Experience of IoT Firmware Updates

Published on November 15, 2016

While IoT is exciting and loaded with promise, a lot of work still needs to be done.

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Building a Better Button in CSS

Published on October 19, 2016

Buttons are the cornerstone of every interface—you use them every day and probably never give them a second thought.

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Instituting a Culture of Accessibility in Your Organization: Part II

Published on July 27, 2016

How to bake processes into your organization to build a solid foundation for accessibility efforts.

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Organizational buy-in on Responsive Design

Published on June 2, 2016

A lot of nuance comes with a Responsive redesign. Here's how to get your organization pointed in the right direction.

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Instituting a Culture of Accessibility in Your Organization: Part I

Published on April 5, 2016

Rather than viewing accessibility as one part of a well-made, maintainable product, view it as an essential ingredient that makes a product better in measurable ways and helps meet other important goals.

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Battery Status API: We need to talk

Published on January 13, 2016

The ability to access more of your device's information (and therefore more information about you) is coming.

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I’ll Make an Exception Just For You

Published on October 30, 2015

Using the EXCEPTION comment to help maintain mature, large-scale Sass projects.