Category Archives: Accessibility

The art & craft of creating web sites everyone can use

Patronizing

I meant to do this before the break, but better late than never. I just pitched in $77.77, which is about 1% of Joe’s goal (given a currency conversion). Joe’s asking for support for about four months. My guess is … Continue reading

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Policy

WIU recently updated its policy regarding the academic accommodation statement included on course syllabi. Point 3 now reads: In accordance with University policy and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), academic accommodations may be made for any student who notifies … Continue reading

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The macro of micro

Lately I’ve been thinking about the importance of focusing on the micro rather than the macro: what Johndan talks about in the introduction to Datacloud, or what what Vincent memorably called “little differences” in Pulp Fiction. The long tail: I’m … Continue reading

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Progress: accessibility

It looks like WIU has taken a step towards improving web accessibility. At the IBHE‘s order, WIU has started a committee which has set forth some pretty admirable goals given the poor state of web accessibility here at WIU. I … Continue reading

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NFB v Target goes forward

NFB v Target is going forward; Target’s motion to dismiss was denied. As Joe Clark points out, this does not mean the battle is over, by any means. And it’s more than a bit premature for the DRA to make … Continue reading

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Odds and ends Saturday

It’s been a while since an omnibus post (or really since any kind of regular post except tracking my running). So what’s up? House-wise, nothing is up; it’s all down. We just got our floors refinished by Dan Ayer–and they … Continue reading

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Accessibility in the courts

One new accessibility case at the U of Houston, and a bit more about NFB v Target. Continue reading

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Catching up

Tomorrow I head to Las Vegas for STC, where I will present on web accessibility and usability. Two days in Las Vegas: a fitting end to a crazed semester. I wanted to stay longer, but since my grandfather died I’ve … Continue reading

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CCCC, two runs

A bit about CCCC, and two runs. Continue reading

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Accessibility at CCCC

My web accessibility presentation at CCCC Continue reading

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