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Accessibility and social media – my presentation

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Those of you who read my overview of accessibility and social media back in June know that I spoke about the subject at the ScotWeb2 unconference. Liz Ayzan, from LGEO … Continue reading

Auto-play: a usability and accessibility failure

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My organisation recently published a number of videos on the public website (EDIT – have removed the link as the videos have been taken off now). Those videos started automatically … Continue reading

Event review – Accessibility breakfast @ User Vision Edinburgh, 15th June 2009

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I’ve just come back from a very interesting breakfast event at the local office of User Experience consultants User Vision. Led by accessibility consultant Mark Palmer, the session looked at … Continue reading

Screen Reader Survey results

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WebAIM have recently published the results of their Survey of Screen Reader user preferences. There’s already been a lot of coverage of the results, but I’ve summed up a few … Continue reading

Screen Reader survey

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WebAIM are conducting a survey of the preferences of Screen Reader users. “If you are a full-time, part-time, or even occasional screen reader user, please take a few minutes to … Continue reading

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