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Slides: CSUN 2017: Developer versus user

Posted on Friday, 24 March 2017 by Hans Hillen

For our CSUN session this year, Léonie Watson and I had a friendly debate about accessibility from the perspective of an end user and a developer. While we are both accessibility consultants, we sometimes approach issues (and their proposed solutions) from different perspectives due to our own backgrounds. Léonie is a screen reader user in […]

Sounding out the web: accessibility for deaf and hard of hearing people [Part 2]

Posted on Monday, 20 March 2017 by David Swallow

In my previous post, I spoke with Ruth MacMullen, an academic librarian and copyright specialist from York, about her experience of being deaf and how it affects how she uses the web. In this next post in the series, Ruth shares some of the things that make life easier for her on the web, and […]