ergophobe - 8:21 pm on Jul 10, 2013 (gmt 0)
cre8pc - thanks for a nice rundown of the problems. I know I'm taking it off-topic here, but you say you test sites for accessibility for a living. Would you care give a rundown of your process?
How do your test contrast/colorblind issues, for example (as a colorblind user, those two are particularly irksome for me and so many sites fail. If I could do one thing to make the world better for colorblind people it would be this: no UI, be it a website, a traffic light or a Blu-Ray player should ever use Red/Green as the on/off, good/bad, stop/go signal system unless there's a backup signal, such as shape).