Dennis and Ross review a few excellent web sites. Each provides great accessibility as well as being standards-compliant.
Download Web Axe Episode 80 (Web Accessibility Successes)
- Ross’ relaunch of 3.7 Designs
- Assistive Technology Boogie (Flash) by Inclusive Technologies
- Volunteers/donations wanted for transcribing Web Axe podcasts
- CSUN was great! A few of the many folks Dennis met and hung out with:
- Future Midwest Detroit
News & Articles
- iPad releases — accessibility
- HTML5 + Quake
- Canvas element is powerful, also huge accessibility concern
- When ever you use :hover, also use :focus
- Microsoft offers UK users a choice in browser
- Hat tip to all the techie 2010 April Fools Day jokers!
- In 2001, a new easy-access version of Tesco.com was launched, making the online shopping service available to a higher number of customers. In 2002-3, the web-based business made a profit of £12.2 million, more than 30 times that made in the previous year.
- Reference: 3 case studies on Universal Design.
Sydney For All
- Won 2009 Vision Australia award for web site accessibility.
- Developed by Mike Cherim
- Article on 2-year Anniversary
- Built on WordPress!
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Another good iPad review: A First Look At the iPad – Part 1 from @Maccessibility
Thanks for featuring the accessibility of my site, LFLegal, designed by Mike Cherim. You might also be interested in the content – Working with the blind community in the U.S. I’ve negotiated web accessibility agreements with large national entities include Major League Baseball, Bank of America, the 3 credit reporting agencies and CVS. Check out the Categories link to see all content: http://lflegal.com/categories. Thanks again, Lainey Feingold