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WebAIM’s Hierarchy for Motivating Accessibility Change

Today, in every aspect of the post-secondary experience, institutions are employing technology.   Although innovation and equal access can go hand in hand,  designing  technology accessibly has not been commonplace.  Consequently, higher education has struggled with how to address issues of access for students with disabilities  while making use of the best of technology to provide … Continue reading WebAIM’s Hierarchy for Motivating Accessibility Change


Useability vs. Accessibility

Recently I read an article, Usability vs. Accessibility which was included  in the December issue of the WebAim newsletter. The  article discusses the two concepts usability and accessibility as they pertain to websites and website design.  Although I thought the writing style was clunky and not particularly readable, especially by a non-techie, the author made … Continue reading Useability vs. Accessibility