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  1. Leaving the Fringe: 30 Seconds with Jimmy Bogard

    by Carolyn

    It's the last day of AccessU, and Ragsdale Hall at St. Edward's University, the center of our operations, is quiet. Over in Trustee Hall, though, Jimmy Bogard of Headspring is teaching a post-conference class called "Accessibility for ASP.net." If you didn't make it out, you can still hear from Jimmy...

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  2. 30-Second Sponsor Feature: Deque Systems

    by Carolyn

    In a different type of 30-Second Interview, we'd like to introduce you to the Platinum Sponsor of the 2012 John Slatin AccessU, Deque Systems. Deque not only boasts a long-time commitment to accessibility and a great love for Knowbility, but the company's dynamic team includes some great accessibility experts and...

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  3. Global Accessibility Awareness Day

    by Knowbility

    We wanted to observe Global Accessibility Awareness Day with our usual attitude - finding the fun side of accessibility. Kudos to Joe Devon and Jennision Assuncion for the great idea and promotional effort behind this day. Here at Knowbility, we decided to embed an accessible video player (all controls are...

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  4. Once You Know How: 30 Seconds with Whitney Quesenbery

    by Carolyn

    For the fourth installment of our 30-Second Interview, Whitney Quesenbery, who will be doing “2 ½” things at AccessU, talks about discovering the importance of accessibility, getting older, and how learning even the simplest things can completely change a user’s experience. Who are you? My name is Whitney, and I...

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  5. Jazz, Screen Readers, and Dollar Coins: 30 Seconds with Jennison Asuncion

    by Carolyn

    In the third installment of our 30-Second Interview series leading up to the 2012 John Slatin AccessU, instructor Jennison Asuncion talks about jazz music, a stockpile of one dollar coins, and why he’s passionate about making accessibility accessible to developers. Who are you? I am an accessibility professional, if you...

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