July 2014 Newsletter

Feature

PDF Accessibility - Accessible Forms in Acrobat XI

We have expanded our PDF Accessibility article to include information on accessible forms.

News

WebAIM Web Accessibility Training

WebAIM's August training is already full, but we are now accepting registrations for our October 7-8 training to be held in Logan, Utah.

Resources

An Alphabet of Accessibility Issues

Each letter represents a user with a unique accessibility need.

The Accessibility Tree: A Training Guide

Bryan Garaventa has provided this wonderful training resource on ARIA and widget accessibility.

How I Audit a Website for Accessibility

An accessibility evaluation methodology provided by Marcy Sutton.

Contemplating "read more" links

Joe Dolson provides some strategies for addressing ambiguous link text.

How to be a keyboard accessibility super hero

You too can be a keyboard accessibility super hero if you do these three simple things really well.

Quick Tip: Evaluate Your Accessibility Policy and Implementation

Evaluation should not be limited to web content. The quality of the web accessibility policy and implementation should also be evaluated on a regular basis. For example, an evaluation of your implementation process may help you uncover that your budget is insufficient, or that training of new staff needs to be improved. This evaluation should be used to help you improve or update your accessibility goals, objectives, milestones or other activities.

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