For those who know what I am talking about, yes… it is that time of the year again when we, thousands of Standardistas, want to show support for accessible, semantic web content. After participating last year, I knew that when the time will come for 3rd Annual – Blue Beanie Day, I will be back again. This will be my second year joining, after the first one that was so successful. I mean, I even got the props from Jeffrey Zeldman himself for my efforts. 😉
This year it will be on November 30. Everyone can attend, regardless where you live or what you do.
It‚Äôs easy to show your support for web design done right. Beg, borrow, or buy a Blue Beanie and snap a photo of your mug wearing the blue. (Or get creative with Photoshop). Then on November 30, switch your profile picture in Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, (and any other social network) and post your photo to the Blue Beanie Day group … watch for more information coming soon.
You don’t have a blue beanie or your Photoshop skills aren’t the best? Don’t sweat it! You can download a blue beannie from Jeffrey Zeldman’s blog that was provided Kevin Cornell and create your own avatar.