Posts Tagged ‘Usability’

Usability Meets Accessibility in our Access-Works Webinar – Sept 5th

Our Access-Works usability/accessibility Testing Portal is live at Access-Works Portal! Join us for a 30 minute live demo-webinar Wednesday, September 5th, 3PM CST. It’s free. Knowbility Executive Director, Sharron Rush, and Loop11 CEO, Toby Biddle, will show how the portal works and talk about why including users with disabilities in site testing is not just […]

Once You Know How: 30 Seconds with Whitney Quesenbery

For the fourth installment of our 30-Second Interview, Whitney Quesenbery, who will be doing “2 ½” things at AccessU, talks about discovering the importance of accessibility, getting older, and how learning even the simplest things can completely change a user’s experience.   Who are you? My name is Whitney, and I believe in accessibility. I […]

Uncle Sam needs YOU! (to make dot gov better)

My fellow citizens, now is the time to come to the aid of your country.  The feds are are serious about wanting diverse, constructive input about how to improve online services to the public – and they are actively listening.  Here’s the scoop:  As part of President Obama’s Campaign to Cut Waste, the federal government […]

Automated Accessibility Tools for PDF: Quick Fix or Specious Solution?

After working with PDFs for the past year or so, I have come to realize that there really is no easy way to ensure 508 compliance with an automated tool. Sure there is the Adobe built-in Accessibility Checker, and a number of third party solutions which I won’t name here, but in reality manual inspection […]