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  • aware-techniques mailing list archives: September 2001
    Aug 2001 Oct 2001 Date Author Subject 4 Sep 2001 Kynn Bartlett Fwd How To Build Accessible Web Sites Sept 6th Macromedia Web Cast 19 Sep 2001 Kynn Bartlett Last Call HWG Accessible Web Design Online Course HWG hwg basics

    Original URL path: http://archives.hwg.org/aware-techniques/2001/09 (2016-02-13)
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  • aware-techniques mailing list archives: October 2001
    list archives October 2001 Sep 2001 Nov 2001 Date Author Subject 8 Oct 2001 Kynn Bartlett Online Accessibility Course in November Any Interest HWG hwg basics mailing list archives maintained

    Original URL path: http://archives.hwg.org/aware-techniques/2001/10 (2016-02-13)
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  • aware-techniques mailing list archives: December 2001
    techniques mailing list archives December 2001 Nov 2001 Jan 2002 Date Author Subject 18 Dec 2001 Adam Alonzo Accessible Art Web site HWG hwg basics mailing list archives maintained by

    Original URL path: http://archives.hwg.org/aware-techniques/2001/12 (2016-02-13)
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  • accessibility/flash by "Shelley" <shelley(at)internavigate.com>
    Macromedia does point out accessibility problems It s just a point of discussion on a women s IT list I do love a good debate and my point was mostly about awareness which has been received very well It s only one issue among many for accessibility but an interesting one all the same Any direction links to sites where there is feedback from people with visual impairments re use of different software and browsing on computers would be most appreciated Or for that matter feedback from people with motor skill physical challenges etc As well I m looking for for any information or direction to information that anyone may have at their fingertips as to what I can do to help someone with Parkinson s utilize a computer better My father s PD is rapidly progressing I have slowed down the mouse cursor increased font default size and generally tried to set things up so that he can use his computer on bad days As he becomes more and more housebound I want to ensure that I can keep his horizons broadened so to speak and that he can access his favourite sites such as his golf ones and

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  • ADMIN: Usability University by Judith Kallos <hwg-lgmanager(at)hwg.org>
    promote and demonstrate usability policies methods research and best practices to improve the usability of federal Web sites and other communication technologies These seminars and courses are designed to provide current hands on practical training for Web developers editors content managers marketing staff and others On June 23 24 Usability University will host a course entitled Evaluating Accessibility Compliance Using STEP508 STEP508 the Simple Tool for Error Prioritization for Section 508 compliance is a new electronic tool that a Prioritizes the repairs you should make to ensure that your Web site is compliant with the accessibility requirements of Section 508 b Provides the metrics to report your progress in improving the accessibility of your site over time Details of the course cost and registration information are shown below For more information on the Usability University and upcoming training programs and workshops please visit http www usability gov usabilityuniversity training html and http www usability gov usabilityuniversity seminar html Evaluating Accessibility Compliance Using STEP508 Instructors Andrew Kirkpatrick Project Manager WGBH National Center for Accessible Media Debra Ruh President and Founder TecAccess LLC Date Wednesday and Thursday June 23 24 2004 Time 9 30 a m 4 30 p m Place General

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  • Re: Flash and accessibility issues by Donna Smillie <dms(at)zetnet.co.uk>
    http archives hwg org aware techniques Regards Donna On Wed 10 Dec 2003 15 08 30 0500 Jeff D Reid jdreid at fuse net wrote Try these links http www macromedia com macromedia accessibility features flash http www sitepoint com article 1116 http ausweb scu edu au aw03 papers arch with celic Jeff Reid Original Message From Doris Kyburz doris at kyburz net To aware techniques aware techniques at hwg

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  • Re: Flash and accessibility issues by "Jeff D. Reid" <jdreid(at)fuse.net>
    archives only to discover that this list is apparently not archived or did I miss something I m sure that his must have been discussed before in this forum What accessibility issues are we facing by using Flash I got a request to review a new web site before it is going to be launched The index page is entirely in flash and on the subsequent pages the designer used

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  • Flash and accessibility issues by Doris Kyburz <doris(at)kyburz.net>
    we facing by using Flash I got a request to review a new web site before it is going to be launched The index page is entirely in flash and on the subsequent pages the designer used flash for the navigation There is in my judgment absolutely no reason to use flash for both of these instances other than being cool and hip and play annoying noises when moving the

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