Multiple ways of inputing and accessing information on the web is standard in accessibility but with the proliferation of mobile, tablets, touch, games consoles, kiosks (you name it) things are changing. Where we were lucky if websites were designed with keyboard only users in mind it’s necessary to think beyond keyboard and mouse to include… Continue Reading Infinite inputs – welcome to the partyRead more "Infinite inputs – welcome to the party"
I’m super happy to have been give two slots at CSUN kindly sponsored by BBC.Read more "CSUN 2013: from the Olympics to accessible TV, anywhere"
Thank you to Caleb Tang, Kath Moonan, Veronika Jermolina for inviting me to speak at their Mobile Inclusive Design event in London last night, held by the Usability Experience Professional’s Association. It was a lovely crowd and good to see some old faces.Read more "Mobile UX 4 Accessibility – UXPA meetup slides"
I was honoured to be invited to keynote at Mobile Monday London on inclusive and accessible design. It’s a topic that needs more air time within the mobile community so it was great to share a few thoughts and pieces of research. I was sad not to be there in person and have to give… Continue Reading Mobile Monday – Inclusive and Accessible DesignRead more "Mobile Monday – Inclusive and Accessible Design"
Last week I presented at CSUN 12 on Mobile Accessibility and Does Accessibility have to be perfect. The wonderful Joe Dolson did an amazing job capturing the panel discussion from Does Accessibility Have to be perfect and below is my mobile presentation.Read more "Mobile accessibility presentation at CSUN 2012"
At CSUN next week I’ll be on a panel alongside Léonie Watson, Sarah Lewthwaite, Kath Moonan and Lisa Herrod tacking the thorny topic of does accessibility have to be perfect? (good job these ladies are fiesty).Read more "Does accessibility have to be perfect?"