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Transcript of the GAAD talk. The disabled and their carers are among the most marginalised in our community. It is time we moved beyond the blaming of others such as the government and industry, to a greater acceptance that we all need to place a higher priority on accessibility.
Web content accessibility is being increasingly viewed solely from the perspective of how well a site complies with WCAG 2 rather than how well people with disabilities can access the content. Slides and speakers notes from my CSUN 2013 talk that considered this issue and outlined a new Accessibility Priority Tool to help organisations identify and correct likely access barriers to their web content.
Slides and speakers note from my CSUN 2013 presentation about some of the forgotten of web accessibility: the elderly, novice web users and people with cognitive and reading difficulties.
I will be giving two presentations at the CSUN 2013 International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference starting next week. Both take a real-world look at what web accessibility means, how it is measured, and some of the people who may get overlooked in the process.
At the CSUN 2011 conference I gave a presentation called “Improving Web Accessibility for the Elderly”. The presentation considered how many people over the age of 60 use the web, how much they use it and why they use it. It outlined some common issues older web users encounter and the general lack of awareness [...]
The slides and speakers notes from my CSUN 2010 presentation: “Ten Years of Web Content Accessibility Rules: Time for a Rethink?” Following my talk at the CSUN conference in March 2010, several people have asked me to make available the slides. They also asked if it would be possible to get a transcript since many [...]
This checklist has been prepared to help website developers and testers record the level of website compliance with the Success Criteria and Sufficient Techniques of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Version 2.0 (WCAG 2.0).
The needs of people with cognitive disabilities and learning difficulties appear to have slipped through the cracks when it comes to web accessibility…
Paper presented at OZeWAI Conference, December 2004.