Category Archives: Accessibility

Posts relating to accessibility issues

WCAG 2.0 and the visual design

Earlier today I found myself writing visual design requirements for a new website design that must have a very high standard of web accessibility. As it won’t be me working on the visuals—and by that I mean the Photoshop / Fireworks stage—I felt the need to be very explicit and turned to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 to help. Continue reading

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Scripting Enabled

The aim of the conference is to break down the barriers between disabled users and the social web as much as giving ethical hackers real world issues to solve. We talked about improving the accessibility of the web for a … Continue reading

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Captioning sucks

Today, Joe Clark is saying “Captioning Sucks!” with a new website. Why does it suck? There’s not enough of it. Your complaints are ignored (if you can even manage to file a complaint). Captions are hard to read, mostly because … Continue reading

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