3 articles and links tagged with “accessibility

  1. Making Your Web Apps Accessible Using HTML5 and ChromeVox

    Back in November, I presented twice at the Google Developer Day in Tel-Aviv. The first of those talks has been uploaded, and I spent most of the afternoon transcribing it to post here. I wanted to give the audience (you!) an introduction to screen readers, and to building accessible websites and applications. I think it was pretty successful, and I hope you enjoy it if you watch at home.

  2. An Accessible Pagination Pattern

    Pagination is a basic building block of the web, but it’s often implemented with markup that makes it less accessible than it ought to be. Here, I’ve outlined my preferred solution to the problem.

  3. Some Thoughts Regarding Caja

    Yesterday, Yahoo! made some announcements regarding The Future™ of many of their high profile properties. Specifically, they’re (slowly) opening up, enabling third-party developers to build applications that can be seen on and interact with your My Yahoo! page, or your mailbox. I think this is a great step, and one I wish they’d made before they laid me off.