Category Archives: Agile

Extreme Accessibility, Revisited

I’m really terrible about responding to emails. I get (and send) a lot of email and lots of it just sits and sits for embarrassingly long times. After CSUN I got a great email with some questions from Vincent François about some of the things I said during my CSUN 2016 presentation “Extreme Accessibility” Vincent […]

This one secret will save you $100,000 on accessibility

I’ve historically been very critical of the various Business Case arguments for accessibility given their lack of actual evidence. There’s one business case argument that I think is rock solid: The cost of remediation. The cost of remediation actually has two faces: The actual time-on-task it takes to fix issues, of course, but also the […]

Everything you know about accessibility testing is wrong (part 2)

In Everything you know about accessibility testing is wrong (part 1) I left off talking about automated accessibility testing tools. It is my feeling that a tool of any kind absolutely must deliver on its promise to make the user more effective at the task they need the tool to perform. As a woodworker, I […]

Agile and the Concept of One True User Story

In my career, I’ve been lucky enough to work for companies that did cool stuff. This goes for both my employer and my clients.  Nothing is so energizing as to work with really smart people who create really cool products. One that will always stick with me is the Nextel FanView. The FanView started as […]