Newsletter Archives - December 2009

Holiday Wishes

All of us at WebAIM wish you a merry Christmas and happy holidays. 2009 was an amazing year for us. We saw incredible developments in web accessibility, kept tremendously busy, and celebrated our 10th birthday. We're excited for what 2010 has to offer.

News

Web accessibility no longer an afterthought

CNET's Tom Krazit discusses how web accessibility is becoming mainstream.

Accessibility: How Many Disabled Web Users Are There?

Joe Dolson investigates and discusses why we should take note of the prevalence of disability.

Cognitive Accessibility and WAVE - K-12 field test

WebAIM is seeking developers from K-12 education to help us in a research study. Please let us know if you or someone you know might be interested.

WebAIM Accessibility Training

Join us February 17 - 18, 2010 for an intensive two day accessibility training in beautiful Logan, Utah.

Tips and Resources

An Idiot's Guide To Accessible Website Design

A wonderful guide to accessibility tools and resources (including WAVE) for designing accessible websites.

Involving Users in Web Projects for Better, Easier Accessibility

This new W3C article provides a wonderful approach to getting users involved in your web accessibility processes.

JAWS ate my tables

Details about the incomplete logic JAWS uses to detect data and layout tables.

10 Simple Web Accessibility Tips You Can Do Today

A good checklist of accessibility tips, but be sure to read the comments for more insight and corrections.

How to Maintain the Accessibility of Your Site

Tom Babinszki's wonderful recommendations for implementing and maintaining accessibility.

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