|Forum: Accessibility and Usability|
|Displaying Topics 29 - 68 (38 total) Sorted by: Thread-Subject, Direction: reverse|
|29:|| Amazon.com and NFB Join Forces to Promote Web Accessibility|
"The National Federation of the Blind (NFB) and Amazon.com announced today that they have agreed to work together to promote and improve technology that enables blind people to access and use the World Wide Web."
|Apr 5, 2007|
|30:|| Advocates For Disabled Americans Sue Sites Failing To Comply With ADA|
That could mean websites will be required to include spoken descriptions of photos and text boxes for the blind, as well as captions and transcriptions of multimedia features for the deaf,...
|Mar 23, 2013|
|31:|| Achieving Accessibility Without Compromising Design|
"How do you achieve accessibility without compromising design beauty?"
|June 26, 2007|
|32:|| Accessible Tables|
"While the purpose of this post is not to rehash the "table based vs. tableless layouts" argument (that is for another forum and another day, despite being discussed to death numerous times already) it is important to understand the background of table usage in order to fully understand tables. "
|Sept 28, 2006|
|33:|| Accessible AJAX|
"...let's discuss how to turn an AJAX solution into something accessible and usable."
|Oct 10, 2006|
|34:|| Accessibility basics: tips and tricks to build an accessible website|
"I thought I would share some of the things I do to make my sites more accessible. You will get CSS 'tricks' to help you build cross browser site more easily as well as some accessibility basics."
|Dec 7, 2006|
|35:|| Accessibility and usability best practice and information|
A summary showing some of the best or recent accessibility and usability questions from around the forums
|Feb 16, 2006|
|36:|| Accessibility Tricks|
"I often say that the single biggest thing that you can do to improve accessibility is to support older browsers."
|July 24, 2007|
|37:|| Accessibility Advocates Accuse Engines of Shutting out the Blind|
"Now, an Internet petition is asking Google to provide an accessible alternative to the visual verification scheme that currently locks the blind and visually impaired out of participation in all the company's services."
|Feb 21, 2006|
|38:|| 26 Steps to a More Accessible Website|
"So, inspired by an earlier post, here's a few tips to make your site more accessible. The tips are not presented in any order of importance, and this is not an exhaustive list. But, if you implement just some of these changes, your users will profit - and because accessibility helps search engines too, your rankings could get better too."
|Jan 15, 2008|