Blog post in the category Accessibility

  • Guest Speaker On Accessibility

    I can't believe it. I'm in shock. I have been asked to speak on a course on web accessibility in London on Thursday 15th July! David Travis, a member of the Guild of Accessible Web Designers (GAWDs) contacted me regarding my web standards-based, hig…

  • London Trip A Success

    My trip to London was overall a great success. I left my house in the Midlands at 5.50am, which is a miracle for me! I traveled down the M40 which essentially continues to the center of the capital. I arrived at Hillingdon, a tube station on the oute…

  • Accessibility Interview

    I have finished my interview with David Travis, a usability and web accessibility expert for Userfocus, who I met on a training course a while back in London called Web Accesibility. This interview was conducted via numerous emails in a question &amp…

  • Surprise

    I found a link back to my site, and to the interview I did with David Travis over at Andrew Fernandez's "DezWozHere" blog. The specific archived post can be found at http://www.dezwozhere.com/blog/archives/000891.html from August 17th 2004. This is a…

  • Accessible Odeon Website

    I heard over to the Odeon website to check some film times. I know that the main site doesn't work in Firefox so I am just about to fire up Internet Explorer until I notice three new buttons on the splash screen homepage. These are: Enter Odeon.co.u…

  • @Media Conference

    I've been envious of the Web Essentials conference that was in Sydney from the 30th of September to the 1st of October last year ever since I found out about it in the summer. Obviously it was out of my reach being at university and all the way aroun…

  • Graduation Web Application, Part One

    This year our university are embracing technology -- and the web -- for completing the graduation sign-up process. From booking your seats at the ceremony to ordering the gown you've got to wear on the day. This is great for people who prefer to fill…