Monthly Archives: August 2011

WCAG 2.0 Quick and Dirty Guide

Understanding WCAG (PPT)

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OpenOffice for Mac: How Convert Word/PowerPoint to Tagged PDFs in a Jiffy

One of the things I’ve been dreading is fixing untagged PDFs in Adobe Acrobat. It can be done, but it’s not exactly the user friendly set of tools. What I want is a tool to convert my correctly structured Word … Continue reading

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Aren’t Captions Nice Here?

One of the themes on my accessibility road show is that captions benefit more than just the hearing impaired. But this video on YouTube captioning shows EXACTLY how much they benefit multiple audiences. Yes it is captioned, and yes you … Continue reading

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My Accessibility Plan: Embrace the Panic then Move On

I’ve been to a lot of accessibility meetings since January, and I’ve learned a lot of information, but I’ve also seen a lot of what I call accessibility panic. This is the feeling that results when you’ve learned that you … Continue reading

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