Pointer Events advance to W3C Recommendation

Posted on Tuesday, 24 February 2015 by Patrick H. Lauke

As a member of the Pointer Events Working Group, I am delighted to see that today Pointer Events advanced to an official W3C Recommendation. Having spent the last few years actively researching and documenting the often incongruous behaviour (and idiosyncratic “magic” heuristics) of Touch Events implementations across various platforms (see my JavaScript touch/pointer events research […]

TPG at CSUN 2015

Posted on Tuesday, 17 February 2015 by Léonie Watson

The 30th Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities conference (otherwise known as CSUN), gets underway on Monday 2nd March 2015. Several of the TPG team will be there, and here’s where you’ll find us if you’d like to say hello or hangout for a bit.

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Sometimes people ask me where to go for help making their web sites accessible and TPG is always the first thing on my mind because people like Steve Faulkner are right there at the forefront of pushing web accessibility forward. They totally 'get' that to be truly effective in this area you need to understand the whole accessibility ecosystem from assistive technology, to accessible applications, to web standards and so on… this kind of expertise is rare.

David Bolter, Engineering Manager Accessibility - Mozilla