As an aspiring author it’s always exciting to be quoted just about anywhere. It is assuring that all that work with your book was not for nothing. That you at least got some recognition for the effort made. We all know how many books we buy is not equal to the books actually being read. Continue reading “Quoted on accessibility in Chicago Tribune”
Almost every cause seem to have its own day to commemorate its importance. Today though, is one I like, namely Global Accessibility Awareness Day. Working with accessibility and a Web for everyone is a constant effort, not something you can expect ever to be done with.
You who have read my book Web Strategy for Everyone notes at the end of the web design section that I, a little unexpectedly, am lumping together usability and accessibility with game-based learning, so-called gamification. It is not a coincidence. In addition to the fact that each user’s abilities are highly individual in its mix its fundamental, for all users, to show that it’s worth the effort. Continue reading “Global Accessibility Awareness Day today”