Category : accessibility

Why we don’t need web standards.

Just the title is controversial, I know, I know. I’m probably going to get myself in trouble with well… everyone I follow on Twitter with my personal account, except for maybe a couple web developers. When I found out the W3C approved a DRM spec for HTML 5, I was thinking who could make such

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Thoughts from today.

I decided I’d post a couple things that have been on my mind today. I probably won’t make a list, as I don’t think there are enough of them. First, I’d like to wish anyone reading this a happy Fourth of July! As I was listening to the ACB convention today, someone said, “we live

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Day 6: web access.

How accessible are websites to you? What can developers do to make their sites more accessible? Let me just start out by saying that accessibility is completely relative! It might be accessible to me, but inaccessible to someone who’s only been using a screen reader for a few months, I’ve been using them since about

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Answering a question.

What is your smartphone of choice? I use an iPhone, not because I’m a huge Apple fan, but because that’s probably the most accessible one, and that’s the one I got for Christmas last year. Don’t get me wrong, I was extremely excited to get it as a Christmas Gift! But that doesn’t mean I’m

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Bridging the gap with Posterous.

I’ve now switched my domain to point to Posterous. I was having so many accessibility issues with Tumblr’s HTML editor it wasn’t funny. Not only that, but I don’t want to use a service that isn’t open to fixing problems when they’re reported. I now have Posterous set up to post to Tumblr, so that

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