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  1. I Took the Plunge

    by Desiree

    Ok, so for whatever crazy reason, I decided to take on some studying. I figured that since I have been testing websites for several years now, purely from a usability perspective, I should learn more about the technical stuff. User testing is great, but I have been finding it hard...

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  2. My Experiences at AccessU 2009

    by Desiree

    This week of course was full of fun at AccessU! It consisted of two full days and a third day for post conference, as well as some great evening activities. There was much to learn and fabulous people to talk to and network with. I was privileged to be involved...

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  3. An option for On-line job training, but is it accessible?

    by Desiree

    Discrimination of all kinds is out there, weather we as a society like to believe it or not. The job field is no exception. Many times, potential employees are discriminated against before they even get to an interview, especially if they are candid about their individual situations. People are not...

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  4. Accessibility = Usability

    by Desiree

    The W3C has just released a new introduction to their 2005 document entitled “<a href="http://www.w3.org/WAI/EO/Drafts/PWD-Use-Web/" title="W3C document "How PWD use the Web"" target="_blank">How people with disabilities use the web</a>.”  This document is only in its draft stage and will continue to be updated throughout the year.  But as I read...

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  5. Open question forum closed to many!

    by Desiree

    During his campaign and throughout his term so far, President Obama has been an active advocate for people with disabilities.  He has a very promising agenda regarding the rights, education and employment of disabled Americans. However, one area not mentioned on the agenda was the accessibility of Whitehouse.gov.  Many accessibility...

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