For anyone interested in accessibility… interns blog about their experiences

(from the accessibility_sig mailing list) As part of a TCDD funded project called AccessWorks, Knowbility has been able to hire interns with disabilities to perform web site accessibility assessment, to research employment and disability related topics on the web, and to blog about their experiences. While our interns have found a great deal of documentation[…]

Second Spring <br/> Session

I just got tapped to do a second presentation at Spring <br />: Topic: Web Accessibility Acronyms (WCAG, WAI-ARIA, JAWS) – WTF? Description: It’s no longer enough for a developer to know Java, .NET, PHP, AS, HTML, CSS, JS, XML (insert other TLAs as applicable), now they’re expected to be experts on WCAG, W3C, ADA,[…]

Spring <br /> and Life Lists

In high school, I was very comfortable speaking in front of groups. I was in debate and drama, and had to do several presentations when I was an exchange student (often in French!). For some reason, however, when I got to University I developed a slight fear of public speaking. I struggled with an inability[…]