The following posts have been published on the UK Web Focus on areas relating to web accessibility.
Summary: In 5 posts published between May 2012 and June 2012 I have provided examples of Web accessibility practices which illustrate the limitations of addressing accessibility by the simple use of WCAG guidelines.
- IWMW 2012: The Image, 28 June 2012:
This post describes how images may provide accessibility benefits by enhancing memories of an event.
- IWMW 2012: The Movie , 27 June 2012
This post describes how video recordings of talks at conferences can enhance accessibility especially if the video recordings are supported by access to the speakers’ slides.
- The Blog Post as a Magnetic For Impact Findings, 11 June 2012
This post describes how a post on Aversive Disablism, Web Accessibility and the Web Developer has been included in a list of accessibility resources provided by the Victoria Government in Australia.
- Introducing #BS8878 on Global Accessibility Awareness Day (#GAAD), 9 May 2012
This post provides an introduction to the BS 8878 Code of Practice for Web Accessibility.
- Aversive Disablism, Web Accessibility and the Web Developer, 1 May 2012
This post describes how Web developers may, unwittingly, provide barriers to Web accessibility by seeking to implement Web accessibility guidelines when it is not appropriate to do so.
Note that this list of key resources is also available on Meaki.com.