I’ve posted my slides from Tuesday’s presentation on slideshare (inclusive universe). However, the flash that is embedded on the slideshare page is not accessible: the buttons are not labeled and the alt-text has been stripped from the PDF. I’ve sent a comment via their web site. Anyone know someone who works there? I’d love toContinue reading Slides
It’s interesting that comments on my previous stew focused on types of toilets (although, I am happy to have learned about the toto 2000). I’m not sure if that means the idea of monetary incentives for accessible web design should be flushed… This morning as I prepared for my commute to work (the walk toContinue reading today’s stew
At barcampSeattle, Bryan, Dylan, Matt, I, and several others started a dialog about helping people adopt accessible design practices. The summary of our discussion was, “make it cheap and easy.” Last week, inspired by a comment from tantek, the dialog continued on twitter. We compared accessible design to green/environmentally-friendly design….and doughnuts. 🙂 I’ve been workingContinue reading cheap and easy?
Testing for text Originally uploaded by anneke boudreau The book…in process. This is a screen shot taken with my phone then emailed to flickr. I wanted to see what they would do with the text. First, I edited the title of the photo on my phone from random text (imgnnn) to “Testing” then I createdContinue reading flickr experiment
I’m speaking at an event at zaaz next week that ought to be a lot of fun. Here’s the line-up: “Mobile 2.0: Design and Develop for the iPhone and Beyond” – Brian Fling, Flingmedia http://www.flingmedia.com/ “Money, Media, and Your Mom’s Peach Cobbler – Social Media Marketing Done Right” – Justin Marshall, ZAAZ www.zaaz.com” Single AthleticContinue reading Event: Perspectives on Social Media