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  1. Web accessibility and coming of age

    Knowbility is 13 years old.  Founded in February of 1999, we have become a teenager. It's often an awkward age for people, and lately I've wondered if Knowbility might also be subject to the same common struggles.  Who are we?  Who do we want to be? How do we fit...

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  2. AccessU at CSUN 2012: Build Accessible HTML Structures

    Denis Boudreau has spent the past ten years actively advocating for Web standards and accessibility and is co-editor of the recently-adopted Quebec government's Web accessibility standards that are based on WCAG 2.0. He is the acting president of AccessibilitéWeb, a french speaking Web accessibility agency specialized in training, assessment and...

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  3. Use BAD for Good Examples of Accessibility in Action

    Web accessibility means designing pages and applications so that they can be used by everyone, including people with disabilities, some of whom use assistive technologies to browse the web. Accessibility is required by federal law in many instances and courts are broadening their interpretation of how the legal requirements are...

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  4. AccessU at CSUN 2012: Building Accessible User Interfaces Using JavaScript and ARIA

    Todd Kloots of Yahoo! will teach you how to build accessible, dynamic user interfaces for the Web. In this hands-on class (8:30 on Tuesday, February 28), you will learn how to use the Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA) specification to help build sites and applications that are accessible to users...

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  5. AIR-Interactive 2012 launches at Scholz Garden

    Scholz Garden has been serving beer in Austin, Texas since 1866 . And, since 1998, Knowbility's Accessible web design competition, the Accessibility Internet Rally for Austin (AIR-Austin) holds its kickoff at Scholz. It's a great Austin institution and we like to say that we start our party at the oldest...

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