Would you like your site reviewed for web accessibility? The John Slatin Fund Accessibility Project matches accessibility experts with companies that would like a brief review of their site for accessibility. In return, the site owner is asked to contribute a minimum of $500 to The John Slatin Fund. The John Slatin Fund was establishedContinue reading The John Slatin Fund Accessibility Project
Dictionary.com Word of the Day – jollification: merrymaking; revelry.
Here are a few brief glimpses of memories; they don’t do justice to the awesomeness that is John Slatin. I went to dinner with Anna and John then we went to Body Choir. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I was blown away. At first, I felt a little awkward, but I started movingContinue reading Thank you
Pepsi ad to give Super Bowl viewers a moment of silence The pregame advertisement features a joke that originates from the deaf community and will play out on screen over 60 seconds of total silence, a veritable eternity when it comes to the noisiness of Super Bowl ads. The joke goes like this: Two guysContinue reading Super Silence
I love tattoos. I love inclusion. I love futuristic ideas. The haptic tattoo is all three.
From the L.A. Times: A new film about a troupe of disabled performers delivers a message of empowerment. As I read the first paragraphs of the story, I dreaded that the director, Liu Xiao Cheng, was using disadvantaged people for his personal gain. But, as I read further, it seems he genuinely wants to changeContinue reading Art and language
From the L.A. Times: A new film about a troupe of disabled performers delivers a message of empowerment. Coming soon to a theater near you, “My Dream” about a troupe of Chinese performers with disabilities. As I read the first paragraphs of the story, I assumed it was like many others that I’ve read; thatContinue reading Art and language
I am finally breaking free from blogger. 🙂 I have much work to do on the design, but will use this to get me up and rolling until I’m more familiar with WordPress and have a better idea of where I’m going with all of this…
clipped from www.456bereastreet.com Overall the examples keep the promise the book makes in that they are creative, standards compliant and up-to-date, but there is just a little bit too much inaccessible image replacement going on for my taste. Not a huge problem, but I would have liked to see at least one example of imageContinue reading Add to my to-do list