Tag Archives: accessibility

Gone Into Hiding?

You may have wondered if I’ve gone into hiding as the blog has been very quiet lately. Well, the answer’s no, but I have had a week off doing stuff at home and not going near the computer very much. … Continue reading

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Podcasts – Usability & Accessibility

Roger Kondrat over at TechWinter has two excellent Podcasts about usability and accessibility – two areas of particular interest to me. To listen to the podcasts, go directly to Roger’s blog: #1: What is Usability and what does it mean … Continue reading

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d.construct, Accessible Web Applications In A Post Web 1.0 World

A presentation by Derek Featherstone [Derek waves his arms and steadfastly refeses to use the phrase “web 2.0”!] Derek is an accessibility expert who is trying to get the message across that, even in a web2.0 world, accessibility should still … Continue reading

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@media, Hot Topics Panel

Closing panel for the conference. Just a mixture of random thoughts and questions. CSS is still an undiscovered country – progressive CSS should come. IE7 is playing catchup with a lot of the other browsers. Evangelising on the use of … Continue reading

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@media, Beyond A Code Audit

Accessibility is about more than just making sure you have passed the code audit points in WCAG, said Robin Christopherson of abilitynet.org.uk Useful Test Tools/Tips: Home Page Reader (text only) – cheaper than JAWS. Natural Language – if you switch … Continue reading

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