The Art of Accessibility - Home Page We were both shocked and saddened to learn of the sudden death of Jack Pickard at the weekend. Jack was a part of Accessites.org from its earliest days and, although he had taken a back seat from active Team Access duty more recently, he was still there, in the background, ready to lend a hand if needed. We’ve lost a great colleague with a wicked sense of humour and the Web has lost a talented developer. Our thoughts and sympathies go out to his family. Continue reading “ We’ll Miss You, Jack ” »
Accessible Temporary Events, A Planning Guide | Young | Design Research and Methods Journal Accessible Temporary Events, A Planning Guide Leslie Young, Rex Pace Abstract This book includes information on how to plan, promote, and provide accessible temporary events such as fairs, festivals, exhibits, concerts, races, tournaments, shows, and rallies.
Accessibility/Usability of Web Conferencing Tools: A Side-by-Side Comparison
Planning Accessible Conferences and Meetings: An ERIC/OSEP Information Brief for Conference Planners ERIC/OSEP Special Project The ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education The Council for Exceptional Children 1110 N. Glebe Rd. Arlington, VA 22201-5704 #E735 1994 Planning conferences that are accessible to people with disabilities involves focusing on the accessibility of all aspects of your meeting, from choosing a site through promotion, registration, presentations, and handouts. Planning Accessible Conferences and Meetings: An ERIC/OSEP Information Brief for Conference Planners
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Planning an Accessible Conference Shari Trewin 1 , with additional input from Vicki Hanson, Jen Mankoff, and Donal Fitzpatrick Institution: IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Hawthorne, New York, USA
How to Make Presentations Accessible to All Do you remember a time when people around you broke out in laughter, but you didn't hear the joke? Be careful not to leave out information for some people in your audience. For example, if you say "you can read it on the slide", you are probably excluding people who cannot see the slide.
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Use this checklist for: Product and Web site documentation Presentations and documents Documentation-based learning activities Email Lotus Help System Use the Web checklist for Web-based documentation such as: HTMLHelp, JavaHelp and Javadoc Eclipse Info Center Flash based documentation that is part of your Web content Web-based learning activities Human Ability and Human Ability and Accessibility Center | Developer guidelines | Documentation checklist