"Regardless of the engine behind the progress, there are a few levels of maturity that fit different needs for organizations. Some teams might not need to level-up all the way. The right level can vary for each team. It's all about finding the right tool for the job."
"These recommendations will be presented to IAAP after the mEnabling Conference in October--and will hopefully influence the overlay industry (including IAAP members and non-members), reduce the current level of conflict, and enable us all to get back to the business of improving accessibility"
"Some voice control software has the functionality to work around this issue, the same way screen readers do. Dragon, for example, uses heuristics to identify links that contain the term "learn more." It then lists a number for each link with that term, which you can then say "choose number" to activate."
"We need a structure where we meet at a faster pace the demands of new web capabilities and address the urgent problems of the web. The W3C Team is small, bounded in size, and the Hosted model hinders rapid development and acquisition of skills in new fields."
"The quick answer is NO, it is not more expensive to build an eco-friendly or sustainable website compared to a normal one. But in this article we would like to give you the long answer, so hang tight."
"There is a secret that needs to be understood in order to write good software documentation: there isn't one thing called documentation, there are four. They are: tutorials, how-to guides, technical reference and explanation."