Archive for May, 2010

Wow, did I really say 75%?

To start off, I would like to thank Bob Garfield and all of the staff from “On The Media” for the fabulous opportunity they gave Sharron Rush and I to advocate for a cause that is vital to all of us.  We are so grateful to have the chance to bring attention to accessibility, it […]

Knowbility Hits the National Airwaves

Last week, Sharron Rush and I were privileged to be interviewed by NPR’s Bob Garfield for his show “on The Media.”  It was a fabulous chance for us to tell our story, to explain why accessibility is so vital for everyone.  We talked about not only the federal mandates and legal requirements, but the inpact accessibility […]

Microsoft Office 2010 Promises More Accessibility

If all goes according to plan, Microsoft will release it’s 2010 products some time next month.  There seems to be many exciting features that will be unveiled, some of which have already been out in public beta.  The introduction of web applications for the most popular office products is exciting to many, giving them the […]

Access U 2010 was a Huge Success

This year’s Access U Conference was fantastic!  Once again, we featured instruction from world renowned experts in the field of accessibility and usability!  We were privileged to have St. Edwards University as our gracious hosts again this year.  The energy and excitement of everyone involved was inspiring and made me personally want to go out […]

Last Call for Access U Registration

It’s less than a week before AccessU, and we are more excited than ever to be able to offer the opportunity for people like YOU to learn from more than 30 experts on accessibility and usability. It’s not too late for you to sign up and receive hands-on training on universal design, and receive a […]