You are currently browsing the archives for the Accessibility category.

Accessibility: Some things for content makers to think about

Published on: Author: KerryJ Leave a comment
Accessibility: Some things for content makers to think about

Consider how much easier it is to catch up on lectures or readings when you can listen to them while driving or catching up on housework. Ask someone who works out a gym if they appreciate catching up on the news or their favourite soapies thanks to closed captions that feed the dialogue across the… Continue reading Accessibility: Some things for content makers to think about

Accessibility: What managers need to know

Published on: Author: KerryJ Leave a comment
Accessibility: What managers need to know

Web content accessibility has been discussed for years, with many people labouring under the delusion that it is something that only government websites have to deal with for now. They’ll do what’s easy – alt tags for images, title tags for links – but anything tougher than that and it’s a problem they’ll deal with… Continue reading Accessibility: What managers need to know