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The Trouble with Tables: A Brief Introduction

This is the first in a three-part series of blog posts that is dedicated to the many people in Government agencies who deal with PDF files.

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Beautiful, Accessible UX: SSB Presents at Accessibility Camp Bay Area

Websites can be both beautiful and accessible, but it takes teamwork to make it happen. Learn technical tricks as well as process solutions for making.

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Accessible Images Using Angular

Angular.js is becoming a widely used framework for web development. The framework allows developers to create readable code, is known to be fully extensible, and.

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A New Appreciation for Audio Description

While at the John Slatin AccessU event in Austin, TX recently, I had the opportunity to learn more about audio description.  What is audio description.

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Diving into the Deep End: A Discussion on SVG, Angular, and Accessibility

Recently I had the pleasure and privilege of attending my first Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities conference, commonly referred to as CSUN. CSUN.

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Using CSS Floats with Image Links

Using CSS Floats with Image Links The use of CSS floats has been a common method for developers to position content on a web page..

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jQuery UI Accessibility Analysis

I recently had a discussion on the Web Accessibility LinkedIn group regarding the importance of keyboard accessibility, and how there needs to be an accessibility.

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Developing Accessible e-Learning – Where to Begin

With so many instructional design models, online content and e-Learning development tools it’s easy to get overwhelmed with choices or waylaid by the tools themselves.

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e-Learning Accessibility & Usability

After 18 years in the field of e-Learning and as a doctoral learner in instructional design and online learning, I am intrigued by the intersection.

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