Projectors: a great accessibility argument

So there I sat, at the demonstration of a new website I’ve been part of building. About 10 people in the room, some of which had never seen the site before. There had been preparations, and we had gone through which parts of the site we were going to present. Only the simple part left……

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Accessibility as a platform to build upon

Two things triggered this post. First a brave participant at the last Geek Meet stood up and asked the question: “Why isn’t it ok to require users have javascript enabled?”. A few days afterwards I got a lot of good replies to my article about AJAX vs. Flash, claiming that users want multimedia, not plain…

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Judging the technical quality of a site

When you look at a website to determine its quality on the code level, you need a different set of metrics than you did some years ago. This article is my attempt at specifying what metrics I use. Have a look at them, do they match yours? First I look at the validation. Does the…

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