Back in 2010, we have published a Quick Web Accessibility Checklist that received a good response and we have also received a good feedback. It’s true that users prefer to have a quick checklist along with large documentation to achieve their accessibility mission.
As you may have noticed, for a few weeks, there have been frequent changes in the design and features on our website. Yes, we have been working on to give a new look to ServeOM Inclusion’s website; and we want to continue using WordPress as our favorite authoring tool!
We have just started a new initiative to post our collection of accessibility related articles and other stuff on a weekly basis. We aim to post this on every Thursday.
- Nailing Accessibility Designs
- Uber introduces UberACCESS and UberASSIST to provider better commute services to people with disabilities in partnership with MphasiS
- South African students create prototypes to help people with disabilities
- Examples of Bad and inaccessible single page app
- How to ensure accessibility for every online audience?
I was looking out for how Google Chrome can be used efficiently and during my search, came across interesting extensions to improve experience of browsing on Google Chrome. These extensions can be found on Chrome Extensions Web Store. Some of the extensions are:
- High Contrast: Change or revert colour schemes to make the page easy to read
- Long Description: Right click on any element that may have “longdesc”