The online home and (not so) alter(ed)-ego of Ann McMeekin Carrier. New Mum, Photographer, Knitter, Petrolhead, Shoe and Stationery Obsessive and User Experience Consultant at Lab49.
This is an abridged text version (more or less) of the talk I gave at the London Web Standards meetup in May which I always intended to write up, but between work and planning a wedding, kind of fell by the wayside. There were 49 slides and because my friend and fellow speaker Antonia Hyde [...]
Khoi Vinh blogged a few gripes about the iPad this morning. So far, so what? A blogger who likes Apple gear blogs about his use of Apple gear. Who cares? I probably wouldn’t have, were it not for the last sentence of the following paragraph (reproduced in its entirety to give context): Among features that [...]
I’m part of the W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Authoring Tools Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG) working group (phew, that’s a mouthful) and during the week, we published a new working draft of the new guidlines (ATAG2.0) along with a new “Implementing ATAG 2.0″ guide. The official call for comments sent to the WAI Interest Group (IG) [...]
This is a text version (more or less) of the talk I gave at BarCampLondon 7, because I don’t think the slides will be of use to anyone who wasn’t there. It isn’t exactly what I said, because that was then, this is now, the talk wasn’t recorded and I can’t remember exactly what words [...]
A while ago, I asked a question about accessibility help pages on twitter, and even set up a poll, asking “Where on the page do you put your accessibility help link?“. I gave four options, and the results were as follows: At the top, in the first few tabs/links. 44% (35 votes) At the bottom, [...]