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Posts Tagged ‘accessibility’

Writing for Every Reader

I recently spoke at #a11yTOConf, a conference by the organizers of the regular a11yTO meetup. The organizers put together a great line up of speakers. It was the first #a11yTOConf but I hope it won’t be the last! Here are my slides for Writing for Every Reader. Resources I mentioned: Hemingway App, the app that […]

Accessibility Problem with Gilder/Levin Image Replacement Method

I have a friend who lives his life in low contrast. He is frequently the inspiration I need to go the extra mile and find an accessible solution to a programing quandary. A few weeks ago I had the good fortune to get to visit him and we cruised around the internet while drinking Rusty […]

I would live with dial up if it meant I could live here.

One of my bestest friends lives in the middle of no where. High speed internet has not yet come to this island so I’m on dial up today, which is leading to interesting discoveries. For example, IE6 loads images in the html before it loads background images from the CSS. Very interesting. Also, turning off […]