Accessibility in Use, if you haven’t already heard the phrase you better get used to it, because I think it is such a simple yet elegant concept that its here to stay.
We are fast approaching the paper deadline for the 10th Web For All (W4A) Conference. Time to get those papers, communications, demo’s, and student papers polished – because this year we’ll be partying in Rio!
Yes it sounds strange but a key to lung cancer survival is early presentation to health services and evidence shows this can be influenced by information from various sources. The internet is a potentially cost-effective means of disseminating information, 60% UK adults access it almost every day although there are socio-demographic differences in use.
As I said a few weeks ago, this week it’s Vint Cerf on Accessibility. So what does one of “the fathers of the Internet”, and new ACM President have to say about accessibility and its importance. But this said for him even to be talking about accessibility sees a significant change from the past; when accessibility was mainly lip-service.