Yesterday (25th June 2012), the W3C WAI RDWG conducted its second symposium, this time on Mobile Accessibility. Here are my early thoughts on the themes and topics discussed.
Seven years ago, or so, Yeliz and I decided Web Accessibility Researchers needed a primer on the domain. We felt there was plenty of practical advice, but no research advice. In this case we decided to create a book1 on the subject. The other day we see that – with 4263 – the message seems to be getting out.
A good woman is hard to find and worth far more than diamonds. – my Mums Eulogy – not sure why I’m adding this to my research Blog… but I am. In some translations the words used instead of diamond is jewels and in other’s it’s rubies but all of them describe a multifaceted –…
‘Caring for a person with Alzheimer’s can feel like a prison term spent in solitary confinement.’