Simply Accessible

By Derek Featherstone/Simply Accessible

About this podcast   English    United States

You’re looking for someone to help you make sense of the world of accessibility. What do these requirements really mean? How do we build this app so that we can use JavaScript and still be accessible? This podcast will bring you accessibility tips and tricks along with interviews of some of our friends and colleagues.
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May 5, 2014
Most often the focus of accessibility training is design and development techniques for creating accessible web sites and applications. That’s almost too late, though, isn’t it? Today we’ll look at the procurement piece of the puzzle. We talk with Ron Lucey about how the state of Texas uses procurement policies, contract language and remedies to help deliver on the promise of making the web accessible to everyone.
May 9, 2013
What can technology professionals learn from the Arts? In our final interview before AccessU, we talk with Sharron Rush, Executive Director of Knowbility, about the parallels between inclusion in the Arts and Technology. Sharron also shares some exciting news about next week’s AccessU.
May 7, 2013
Today we talk about the accessibility family, the tools that people use to produce web content, gamification and addiction—all tied together by Glenda the Goodwitch Sims, who is speaking at next week’s John Slatin AccessU.
May 6, 2013
Today, we talk with Kimberly Blessing about her upcoming keynote at John Slatin AccessU. Kimmie talks with our own Derek Featherstone about facilitating cultural change in an organization and how it relates to web accessibility.
May 3, 2013
A modern view of accessibility leans towards it being part of User Experience. Our own Derek Featherstone talks with Whitney Quesenbery, a UX researcher about her sessions at AccessU about usability testing with people with disabilities and plain language.
May 2, 2013
Enterprise-wide accessibility is receiving a lot more attention these days as large organizations work to implement accessible design, development and content practices into their processes. Today, we talk with Denis Boudreau about some of the goals and challenges of these scenarios.
May 1, 2013
Today we talk with Molly Holzschlag about CSS, resolving accessbility tensions in design, ARIA and the culture in Austin as we prepare for Knowbility’s John Slatin AccessU.
April 30, 2013
Web Accessibility isn’t always easy. Some people are tackling tough problems. Here we talk with Shawn Lauriat who works on Google Docs Accessibility about some of the challenges he faces with screen readers, other assistive technology and changing the world.
April 26, 2013
As part of Knowbility’s 2013 John Slatin AccessU, we are proud to present an interview with Karl Groves—one of my co-workers, and speaker at the upcoming AccessU. Karl works on our team as an Accessibility Consultant and is interviewed here by another co-worker, Derek Featherstone. They talk Vikings, testing, workshops and BBQ.

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