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).
Last night I was lucky enough to have a slot speaking at the uber wonderful Accessibility Summit put on by Christopher Schmitt, Ari Stiles and Environments for Humans. Long time Twitter friend and online colleague Deborah Edwards-Onorio (@redcrew) took the time to capture some of what I presented along with a few pictures and Tweets… Continue Reading Accessibility summit: Integrating Accessibility Across devices
The good folk at Environments for Humans are running the second one-day, Accessibility Summit September 27th from 9AM to 5PM (CT). And the best thing about it? The conference comes to you, live and direct, as it’s all online. I’ve been lucky enough to be invited to speak about Integrating Accessibility Across Devices alongside some pretty… Continue Reading The Accessibility Summit 2011
I presented at Techshare earlier this month focusing on universal access on mobile drawing on comparisons and lessons from desktop and looking ahead at existing and emerging technologies that help developers ensure content is accessible across devices. Slides on SlideShare Transcript on Easy Slideshare I tried to answer the question “Is the mobile web enabled… Continue Reading Techshare presentation: Is the mobile web disabled by design?
There was an interesting mix of design, development and mobile covered at Accessibility 2.0 yesterday but for me I was most interested to hear people’s comments on mobile browsing for disabled users. Below are some quick thoughts of the day. Big thanks to AbilityNet and the other speakers and the Opera Developer Network who sponsored… Continue Reading Thoughts around universal access on mobile from Accessibility 2.0
After an excellent couple of days at Techshare last week (where I presented on mobile accessibility – more of that later), myself and my glamorous partner in crime Bruce Lawson ran the second Standards.Next event this time covering cognition and accessibility. Cognition is probably one of the most under researched areas of accessibility and the… Continue Reading Standards.Next rocking cognition and accessibility