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Links 1 through 10 of 14 by Nik Silver tagged accessibility

"I was recently treated to another round of “disabled people need to just ask for accommodations, then they’d be given them,” with the usual accompaniments of “you shouldn’t be so angry” and “you should be nicer." So I figured, okay. I know this is bullshit from a lifetime of experience, but let’s gather some data."

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A critique of the newly-launch AlphaGov project: "You can’t take a User Centred approach to design when your user is ‘Everyone’. You need to define who your users are. You must clearly identify the behavioural characteristics that you most want to support and focus on designing to best support these."

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Thoughtful post from Emma Sax... "Why should we want to support users that, for whatever reason, have Javascript disabled? I had found it difficult to answer this question in a constructive way, whilst also being backed up by research. This post aims to give you some reasons why we should still be supporting users without Javascript."

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Excellent summary of what dyslexic users see, and simple ways to mitigate this.

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"International Web standards body, The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has released a new standard for developers of mobile Web applications."

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"SwiftKey is able to predict your next word with incredible accuracy, based on what you’ve already entered."

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Awsome presentation by Bryan Rieger. The slides themselves are not only beautiful but meaningful (and must have taken an age to put together). And the message is powerful: build for mobile first, and work up.

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We’ll "focus on the broad underlying concepts that you need to know to create the most successful CSS layouts using the latest techniques."

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Great, lengthy, article generally about making sure your website is built into the web, and not just a pretty silo.

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