Web Accessibility

22 Nov

Re-building website on wordpress? Checklist to consider!

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 love WordPress because of it’s… Continue Reading Re-building website on wordpress? Checklist to consider!

Chrome Extensions to improve browsing experience
1 Nov

Chrome Extensions to improve browsing experience

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… Continue Reading Chrome Extensions to improve browsing experience

31 Oct

<alt> Campaign: Let’s make images on the web accessible

Authors note: This is re-published post due to an unavoidable technical issue. A picture speaks several words. Use of images over the internet is increasing everyday. It’s essential they are make accessible to all users and technologies. Benefits of making images accessible are: Information conveyed through images is made available to blind and visually impaired… Continue Reading <alt> Campaign: Let’s make images on the web accessible

15 May

WAI – ARIA Landmark navigation extension

Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of W3C, a few years ago, introduced landmark roles (also known as landmarks”) for easy navigation of web page. An introduction to ARIA landmark roles: The purpose of this technique is to provide programmatic access to sections of a web page. Landmark roles (or “landmarks”) programmatically identify sections of a page.… Continue Reading WAI – ARIA Landmark navigation extension

10 Apr

Tip for Developers: Get your website tested for accessibility -Part 1 Perceivable

Quite often, I receive emails from non-profit organizations asking if I can help them with accessibility testing for their newly built website. I also see most of them do not get built accessibility in mind though many of them are for organizations who offer services to people with disabilities. This post illustrate a few tips… Continue Reading Tip for Developers: Get your website tested for accessibility -Part 1 Perceivable

1 Mar

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 First Public Working Draft has been published – have your say!

It was in 2008, Web Accessibility Initiative Group of W3C has announced Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 as a candid recommendation. Since then, there has beena lot of of improvements and changes in technologies. For more than a year now, Accessibility Guidelines Working Group have been working hard to introduce extended version of WCAG… Continue Reading Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 First Public Working Draft has been published – have your say!

27 Dec

Digital Accessibility – what Non-profit, Corporate and Education sector can do?

This is a presentation I have made at a panel discussion held on 19th December, 2016 at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore. Slides Full Text Thank you for having me here. Good to see many of my old friends! Firstly, let’s celebrate the passage of The Rights of Persons with Disabilities Bill; although it’s not… Continue Reading Digital Accessibility – what Non-profit, Corporate and Education sector can do?

27 Dec

Digital Accessibility – what Non-profit, Corporate and Education sector can do?

This is a presentation I have made at a panel discussion held on 19th December, 2016 at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore. Slides Full Text Thank you for having me here. Good to see many of my old friends! Firstly, let’s celebrate the passage of The Rights of Persons with Disabilities Bill; although it’s not… Continue Reading Digital Accessibility – what Non-profit, Corporate and Education sector can do?