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.
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).
I missed Accessibility 2.0 last year as I was away at another conference but remember avidly checking Twitter as the day unfolded and with it the controversy and the light bulb moments. So much good came out of it such as Easy YouTube, a collaboration between the flame haired love-god of accessibility Christian Heilmann and… Continue Reading Accessibility 2.0 – September 22nd, London
Accessibility 2.0 – yes, it’s back and I’ll be talking about accessibility beyond the desktop together with Veronika Jermolina (AbilityNet) and Damon Rose (BBC Ouch). MetroShip – my boyfriend and I are seriously contemplating buying a barge and converting it into a houseboat by putting shipping containers on it. Metroship, while not built of shipping… Continue Reading Yay Factor: Accessibility 2.0, MetroShips, Coverville and the solar eclipse
Just a quick post to share my slides from the Mobile Access – Device-independent or Accessible? panel at the European Accessibility Forum today in Frankfurt. Short and sweet as it was only a five minute presentation. I’d normally go via Slideshare and get a transcript together but it just doesn’t want to play today. I’ll… Continue Reading Does one site fit all?
Bored with accessibility? Over AJAX, ARIA? Can’t face yet another Jaws demo for dummies? Struggling to find a challenge in checklists… This year myself, Lisa Herrod (Scenariogirl) and Glenda Sims (Goodwitch) are hoping to present a panel on Aging, Cognition & Deafness: The Quirky Corners of Web Accessibility at SXSWi 2009 and we really need… Continue Reading Quirky corners of disability – SXSW 2009, we need your vote!