Can you imagine a live music performance that is fully accessible…even if you cannot hear or see? Well, you don’t have to imagine, you can experience it by coming to Sight Sound Soul in Albuquerque for the Southwest Conference on Disability. The Sight Sound Soul event will center on performances by the New Orleans jazz… Continue reading Sight Sound Soul – Accessible Performing Arts that will Knock Your Socks Off!
I’m excited to be part of a group of experts contributing to a research project by Nirmita Narasimhan on web site accessibility evaluation methods. Contributors to this research project include: Shadi Abou-Zahra (W3C) Srinivasu Chakravarthula (Yahoo! India) Glenda Sims (Deque) Neeta Verma (National Informatics Centre) To get the conversation started, Nirmita invited us all to… Continue reading Web Sites Accessibility Evaluation Research
I love to share my passion for the open web by showing people the tools I use to test web sites for accessibility. Whether you are .com, .edu or .gov, accessibility applies to you. Don’t be surprised by inaccessible issues on your site. It doesn’t take but a moment to look in the mirror and… Continue reading Practical Accessibility Testing
What SXSWi 2010 panel am I dreaming about? Without a doubt, it is:
In the world of web standards, industry forms best practices, education instructs emerging talent—and neither the twain shall meet. A decade on, the rate of standards adoption across the school/street divide is dishearteningly poor. Join us to discover how curriculum building and strategic industry alliance can close the gap.
Knowbility Extends Early Deadline Discounts for The John Slatin Access U Training Institute, Austin, TX – May 11-12, 2009
Two days of classes in accessible information technology to help meet state and federal accessibility requirements.
In response to current economic conditions, the deadline for Early Bird discount registration rates for the John Slatin Access U training have been extended indefinitely. The announcement was made by the sponsoring organization, Knowbility, Inc.
I’m thrilled to be speaking at Web Directions North (WDN) in Denver this February 2-7, 2009. This intimate conference is the perfect opportunity to sharpen your professional skills and rekindle your passion for all things web. The program has been handcrafted for web designers, developers and UX professionals to soak up the latest best practices. What makes WDN so special?
What is the best way to learn about social media?
Can’t I just read a book and hang out on Twitter and Facebook and figure out how to use social media to promote my business?
Sure, but if you really want to dive deep, step back from your keyboard and come out and play/learn at BizJam08 Seattle July 9-10.