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Re: Google - Introduction to Web Accessibility

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From: Olaf Drümmer
Date: Sep 26, 2014 1:58AM


And Google should finally get rid of the yellow "o" in their logo, the contrast is definitely not sufficient…

Do you honestly believe sending a message along the lines of a sarcastic "Nice way to …" or ""… make a real commitment or just talk the talk" will do anybody any good? One thing is for sure - it would turn me away.You are beating up people who are already in the process of doing the right thing. Are they 100% there? Not yet, of course. Is the contrast for the gray text at the bottom too low? Absolutely! Just tell Google about it, and I am sure they'll fix it in the foreseeability future.

In general: I would try to be part of a solution, and not part of a problem!

Olaf



On 26 Sep 2014, at 01:23, "Sundby, Valorie" < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:

> https://webaccessibility.withgoogle.com/course
>
> I am not sure whether to applaud the effort or be snarky.
>
> The banner text "Accessibility" has insufficient color contrast as does the URL displayed at the end of the video. Nice way to start a course about web accessibility for people with sight impairment.
>
> Google and Accessibility: Will Google make a real commitment or just talk the talk?
>
> Regards,
>
> Valorie Sundby
> Disability Services Specialist
> Arapahoe Community College
> 5900 South Santa Fe Drive
> Littleton, Colorado 80160-9002
> 303.797.5937
> Fax 303.797.5810
> <EMAIL REMOVED>
> > >