A Positive Voice in 2012

I have spent a long time pondering 2011 and all the lessons and opportunities that I encountered during the past year. I ask myself how.

Section 508 Refresh Webinar – Transcript

Hey everyone – attached is the transcript from our webinar with Tim Creagan and Terry Weaver on the Section 508 Refresh.  Enjoy. — TimS —.

New Updates to Rehabilitation Act Standards Proposed

New proposed updates to Section 503 and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act were released.

Accessible Drag and Drop – Why Foolproof Scripting Is Critical When Using ARIA

This post covers creating accessible Drag and Drop functionality; including various ARIA and non-ARIA techniques that ensure automatic accessibility for screen reader and keyboard only.

Beyond TTY and Relay Services

by Rosemary Musachio, Accessibility Analyst I remember the first time I used the TTY (teletypewriter, or teletext as it is now called). I was so.

Lesser known details that seriously impact the usage of dynamically generated ARIA behaviors

This post begins a series of entries regarding the implementation of Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA) specification in the real world. There are a number.

Second ANPRM on Section 508 from US Access Board Due Out First Week of December

Mr. Tim Creagan of the US Access Board indicated today that the second advanced notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM) should appear in the in the.

Friendly Skies for Passengers with Disabilities?

By Rosemary Musachio, Accessibility Analyst According to a study done by Open Doors Organization, 9.4 million Americans with disabilities fly each year. The airline industry.

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Big Changes for Flash – the future is mobile, HTML 5, and RIA

Today Adobe announced that it will no longer be making its Flash Player for mobile devices. With HTML5 being supported by all major mobile and.

Why I’m a Fan of the USBLN

SSB BART Group sponsored and exhibited at the USBLN Annual Conference this year in Louisville, KY. This was my fifth year to exhibit. The first.