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Prioritizing Remediation – CSUN 2012
It doesn’t do the client any good to throw them a report filled with a bunch of accessibility violations unless that report also includes information to help them fix their problems. They need to know what their problems are, where their problems are, and how to fix them. There’s also an additional item they need to know: When to fix them.
Selling Accessibility – Boston Accessibility Unconference 2011
Fundamentally, the prime reason why ICT is not accessible is that it has not been institutionalized among those who design, develop, and buy ICT products and services. The reason why it has not been institutionalized is because people – primarily those at the top – have not been convinced. I found a need to discuss this topic because a lot of people I talk to work in an environment like the one described above and they’re not making significant headway in turning things around.
Managing Accessibility – CSUN 2011
In the 2nd week of March, 2011 I spoke at The 26th Annual International Technology & Persons with Disabilities Conference, more affectionately known as “CSUN”. The topic of my presentation was Managing Accessibility Compliance in the Enterprise.
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