The blog has been a little quiet recently, but will certainly fire up again after next week’s Accessibility 2.0 conference in London, which I plan to live-tweet (#millionflowers) and blog about afterwards here.
In the meantime, here’s some useful reading courtesy of Microsft Press – Engineering Software and Accessibility. This is a free 100-page download, covering three key questions:
- How do you plan for accessibility?
- How do you design your software for accessibility?
- How can you implement and test to your software to confirm it meets the accessible design?
Also worth a visit is IBM’s technical library, which has a new section on Accessibility in Web 2.0 technologies, introducing WAI-ARIA and looking at accessible Web 2.0 design principles.
Happy reading, and I hope to see some of you in London next week…