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Trenton Moss, Aug 07

Beyond the Guidelines: Advanced Accessibility Techniques

If you think the W3C guidelines are your ticket to an accessible site, think again! While the W3C guidelines are important, if you want your web site to be truly accessible, you'll need to venture beyond these guidelines. Trenton explains all in this hands-on technical tour!
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Trenton Moss, Oct 19

Secret Benefits of Accessibility Part 2: Better Search Ranking

Think accessibility is just about helping human visitors use your site? Think again! As Trenton reveals, many accessibility techniques can aid search spiders, to help boost your search rankings, too.
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Trenton Moss, Oct 18

Secret Benefits of Accessibility Part 1: Increased Usability

Accessibility doesn't exist in isolation. Improve your site's accessibility and you could reap other, unexpected rewards! In the first of his 2-part series, Trenton reveals how increased accessibility can also improve a site's usability.
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Trenton Moss, Jun 24

10 Accessibility Blunders of the Big Players

Big companies with big sites, big userbases, and big wallets should lead the way in terms of accessibility. But, as Trenton explains, major sites - from Amazon to Google – can and do make usability blunders. Learn from their mistakes with this quick round-up of prime offenders!
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Greg Harvey, Jun 20

Using Accesskeys is Easy

Accesskeys add real value to your site for very little effort. Once you insert them into your pages, you'll wonder why you never did before! Accesskeys *are* easy, as Greg explains...
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Trenton Moss, Apr 06

How To Sell Accessibility

You want to build accessible sites, but your clients don't see the need. How can you convince them to fork over the cash it'll take to ensure their site's accessible by all Web users? Trenton has the answers...
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Nigel Peck, Oct 25

Interview - Julie Howell, Royal National Institute of the Blind

Nigel asks a few critical questions of the Digital Development Officer for the UK Royal National Institute of the Blind. Find out the implications of the new Disability Discrimination Act legislation, the results of recent disability discrimination litigation, and more...
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Ian Lloyd, Sep 06

Accessible And Attractive Websites

'Accessible' doesn't *have* to mean 'ugly'. Ian tours a few accessible sites, highlighting their virtues in terms of looks and functionality as he disproves the myth of the ugly.
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Nigel Peck, May 18

Interview - Bob Regan, Accessibility Product Manager, Macromedia

Bob Regan is the Accessibility Product Manager at Macromedia. Nigel speaks to him about everything - from how he got into the field, to the plans for future accessibility initiatives within Macromedia.
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Ian Lloyd, Jan 29

Accessibility Checking... With Just A Browser!

Accessibility checking need no longer be a hassle! Ian shows how you can ensure your site complies to the 14 Web Content Accessibility Guidelines of the W3C ...with no more than a copy of Opera!
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Ian Lloyd, Jan 07

Build Accessible Online Forms

The unique elements in your online forms can make them pretty temperamental when it comes to accessibility. Ian shows how to build accessible forms, and what catches to look out for as you go.
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Greg Harvey, May 24

Case Study - Ford For All! Embracing Diversity in Design

Greg's helping the Ford Motor Company assess and revise their sites to ensure maximum accessibility. Read his story, and hear the results!
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Nicky Danino, May 17

Do-It-Yourself Accessibility

Accessibility testing costs a fortune... or does it? Nicky reviews 6 great D-I-Y tools that let you achieve accessibility on the cheap.
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Nicky Danino, Aug 07

W3C Accessibility Guidelines

The W3C Guidelines - what do they mean for your site? Nicky demystifies these recommendations, and explains how to bring your site into line.
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Nicky Danino, Aug 10

Tried Surfing The Web With Your Eyes Closed?

Visit a Website that you haven't been to before, close your eyes, and see where you end up after 10 mins of surfing... Sound silly? Maybe, but this is a situation that many people face on the Web every day.