- Download podcasts and transcripts from Accessibility 2.0
August 22nd, 2008
Accessibility 2.0 was a practical conference focussing on web accessibility in a Web 2.0 world, organised by Abilitynet held back in April. Podcasts, transcripts and presentations from the event are now available for download at Podcasts and transcripts : Accessibility 2.0.
- A video tour of accessibility
August 18th, 2008
Jon Gibbons on his dotjay.co.uk site has collated an impressive list of videos that demonstrate accessibility in order to help others gain insight into how assistive technology is used, particularly with regards to the Web, and its value to those who use it. Visit the site and read the article – Assistive Technology: a video […]
- Deafness and the User Experience
August 16th, 2008
Deafness and the User Experience is a recent article at A List Apart that helps you to a better understanding of deafness, highlighting the need to stop thinking of deafness as simply the inverse of hearing, but to understand deafness from both a cultural and linguistic perspective. A great overview with lots of suggestions on […]
- Adding an Audio Feed
August 15th, 2007
To help enable my blog to become more accessible to a wider audience, I’ve added an audio feed. I’ll share with you how I’ve gone about it and why. I’ve been looking into audio feeds and podcasting recently, trying to see how I can use them in my site. I discovered a nice free tool […]
- Social Bookmarking in plain english
August 7th, 2007
A ‘must see’ – new online video on Social Bookmarking in Plain English by Commoncraft. Spotted on Beth’s Blog.
- Easy ways to learn and understand GIMP
August 4th, 2007
Lifehacker website posted a video tutorial for the excellent GIMP, which is an open source, cross-platform powerful alternative to photoshop. The video is part of a series of ten video tutorials by VN Tutor, covering the basics through to intermediate levels.
- HBO’s amazing new multimedia project
July 13th, 2007
The HBO Voyeur Project is an amazing new multimedia example and experience that just shows what can be achieved, with good design, good audio and a theme that certainly captures your imagination. It’s set in New York and tells a story behind each of the windows of various parts of town.
You can delve deeper into learning about the characters and the blog of understanding what its all about at The Story Gets Deeper, and find out more about the project at HBO’s main site.