A brief round up of what I did this year, mainly for myself but you can read it if you want.
Posted in: General
If you develop accessible websites it’s worth knowing how people will physically interact with them. Most of the software, peripherals and hardware described below are to assist people with visual and motor impairments.
A while ago I wrote ‘It’s not HTML5! But that’s ok’ and then I finished a web standards version of The Guardian’s interactive in order to prove they do not require Flash. So when I saw I had been mentioned on The Guardian website’s technology section I was excited!