When people would come up and show their websites and ask for feedback, the responses were almost universal from the group of my colleagues. Every single time someone would ask for help, the responses would be about things like accessibility compliance, what plugins they need to be using, why their choice of a particular plugin was good or bad, how they needed to worry about PageSpeed scores and a huge laundry list of deeply overwhelming technical terms for the layman.

This hyper-focus on the technical feedback of websites is precisely the problem with web design and development today. It’s not that things like accessibility, how fast a page loads and how a site is built don’t matter (and frankly, they matter a lot), it’s just that they don’t matter at all when one key component hasn’t been addressed. More here…