Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties (my computer’s power supply failing), the podcast for this post will not be done. -Dennis
- Index of Government Guidelines for Web Sites
- Adding a Map to Your Web Site, posted December 1st, 2008 by Mike Cherim
- Accessibility testing tips and tools presentation
- Inaccessible Recruitment Websites “An Emerging Scandal”
- Screen Reader Survey
- WCAG 2.0 finally official! WCAG 2.0 Published as Final Recommendation!
- In February, Joe Clark (now retired from web accessibility ) released the final update to the WCAG Samurai’s errata. Also see The WCAG Samurai Errata are now available.
- ARIA advancements; ARIA momentum and Internet Explorer
- WebAIM’s WAVE 4.0 toolbar and translation project.
- In November, Dennis’ first conference presentation, Ajax and Web Accessibility.
- MyClientTime (previously TimeTracker) is launched! An accessible web application designed to track and report sessions between professionals and their clients.
- Web Axe was nominated for “Podcast of the Year” in .net magazine’s 2008 Best of the Web awards. Boagworld won.
- You can now donate to Web Axe with PayPal. See sidebar button.
- WCAG 2.0 Theme Song Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
So it’s been two years since I started Web Axe. After a year, Ross Johnson joined in as co-host for most shows, which I think helped keep the dialog going and definitely give some fresh input. We did some big interviews over the last year, and had a couple of great guests Joe Dolson and Mark McKay.
For a special feature, the following web experts were gracious enough to send me input on their thoughts about recent events and trends in the world of web accessibility:
- Mark McKay
- Joe Dolson
- Roger Johansson
- Patrick Lauke
- Jared Smith
- Ross Johnson
Past Web Axe Interviews
- Christian Heilmann (Yahoo!)
- Mike Cherim (Green Beast)
- Patrick Lauke (University of Salford)
- Andrew Kirkpatrick (Adobe)
- Paul Boag (Boagworld)
- Jared Smith (WebAIM)
Web accessibility expert Jared Smith has posted an excellent list of blogs relating to web accessibility. Thankfully Web Axe made the list! He goes on to list other fantastic blogs and news aggregators. Apparently, Jared’s quite the “RSS Junkie”.