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Google Chrome Screen Reader Support update

Posted on Monday, 21 June 2010 by Steve Faulkner. 3 comments on: Google Chrome Screen Reader Support update

Refer to Google Chrome accessibility update Following last weeks post about Google Chrome accessibility which was prompted by The Google Chrome Screen Reader Accessibility Petition created by Alex Hiironen, new information about Google Chrome screen reader support has been added to the Google Chrome (Chromium) wiki: Supported Screen Readers The latest versions of these screen […]

Freedom of Choice

Posted on Tuesday, 23 February 2010 by Steve Faulkner. 17 comments on: Freedom of Choice

The recent EU ruling requires Microsoft to provide Windows operating system users with a choice of browsers to install rather than having Microsoft Internet Explorer pre-installed. This is a laudable initiative that provides a more level playing field for browser vendors and more choice for consumers. Unfortunately what it does not do is provide informed […]

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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