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HTML5 Accessibility Chops: data for the masses

Posted on Tuesday, 10 April 2012 by Steve Faulkner. 9 comments on: HTML5 Accessibility Chops: data for the masses

One of the stumbling blocks for working out what the effects on the accessibility of new (and old) HTML5 features is not having any publicly accessible usage data. It is difficult without data to argue for the inclusion of features in HTML5 or working out how features should be accessibility supported. I have made an […]

Is NVDA Strictly a Web Accessibility Screen Reader?

Posted on Wednesday, 21 March 2012 by Mike Paciello. 17 comments on: Is NVDA Strictly a Web Accessibility Screen Reader?

Last week, Jamie and Mick of NVDA announced that their open source, free screen reader organization is in need of funding: Blind Ambition Plea for Funds to Keep Free Software Project Alive NVDA is perhaps the cream of the crop when it comes to web accessibility for blind users. The user experience is equally terrific. […]

HTML5 canvas accessibility discussions 2009-2011

Posted on Thursday, 1 December 2011 by Steve Faulkner. 7 comments on: HTML5 canvas accessibility discussions 2009-2011

Charles Pritchard has taken the time to provide an email overview of Canvas accessibility discussions which have taken place on the public-canvas-api over the past 3 years. I have reformatted it here and added some headings, as it is an excellent resource for understanding where we have been and where we are with HTML5 canvas […]

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