Practical eCommerce Article: WCAG 2, part II: Operability

So, part II of my series on WCAG 2 for Practical eCommerce magazine was published on Tuesday of last week. Obviously, I need to subscribe to the RSS feed for new articles at Practical eCommerce — because I didn’t even know this had been published! Usually, I spend a day going back and forth with the editor before a new article is published — but I guess that this one just didn’t need that much editing. At any rate, New […]

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Interviewed by Practical eCommerce

Practical eCommerce magazine interviewed me on subject pertaining to web site accessibility and the world of small business e-commerce recently — the interview is available from Practical eCommerce now! The interview includes discussion of the W3C, web standards and accessibility standards in general, and common accessibility issues with e-commerce sites. A transcript of the interview should be available sometime next week.

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New article at Practical eCommerce on WCAG 2

So I’ve been very quiet here frequently. Few articles, few comments on recent news, and only the occasional update to my WordPress plugins. However, I haven’t been entirely silent on the web accessibility front! My latest article New Accessibility Guidelines: A Welcomed Update was published yesterday (and I totally failed to make note of it here) at Practical eCommerce magazine. This is part one of a four part series reviewing each of the four guiding principles as described in WCAG […]

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WebAIM Survey on Screen Reader Usage

WebAIM has just published the preliminary results of a survey of screen reader users. With over 1,100 respondents — among whom over 1,000 used a screen reader due to a disability — the survey shows promise of revealing an interesting and valuable perspective on the practical usage of screen readers among disabled populations. Obviously, no survey is perfect — but observing the overall scope of responses can effectively expose some aspects of screen reader usage. In fact, the preliminary results […]

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