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What ARIA does not do

Posted on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 by Steve Faulkner

ARIA is a set of attributes that can be added to HTML elements (and other markup languages) to communicate accessibility role, state, name and properties which are exposed by browsers via platform accessibility APIs. This provides a common, interoperable method of relaying the information to assistive technologies. That’s it. It is the same method used […]

@iheni Joins the TPG Team!

Posted on Friday, 8 August 2014 by Mike Paciello
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…and we’re psyched! Henny Swan has accepted a senior level consulting position with The Paciello Group (TPG). TPG will be celebrating Henny’s arrival in early September at our semi-annual tech meeting in Dublin, Ireland. Henny immediately strengthens TPG’s expertise in several areas including user experience, media player and mobile platform accessibility. We’re very happy to […]

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