W3C column

This month Dr Scott Hollier looks at how inaccessible websites could affect votes during election time.
When it comes to documents and software, does WCAG 2.0 still apply? Dr Scott Hollier finds out.
This month, Dr Scott Hollier looks at how criticism can lead to improvements in the long run.
Dr Scott Hollier looks at Easy Checks and how to make WCAG 2.0 accessible to the non-tech savvy.
Dr Scott Hollier talks about W4A 2013, the 10th International Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Web Accessibility.
Dr Scott Hollier talks about streamlining the PDF accessibility process, resources being created by the W3C and PDF/UA.
Dr Scott Hollier identifies the challenges of eBook accessibility and how standards organisations such as the W3C are trying to address the issues.
Dr Scott Hollier interviews Sharron Rush, co-founder and Executive Director of Knowbility.
Dr Scott Hollier kicks off 2013 by looking at mobile accessibility and the Independent User Interface (Indie UI).
Dr Scott Hollier reflects on the past year, noting advances in technology and increases in working group collaborations.
W3C and JTC 1, a joint technical committee of ISO and IEC, have announced WCAG 2.0 as an ISO/IEC International Standard, ISO/IEC 40500.
Automated evaluation tools can be useful in providing a general accessibility overview, but keep the dangers in mind.
This month's W3C column analyses some of the most significant legal challenges to see if the dream of accessible equality matches the reality.
Dr. Scott Hollier discusses the significance of ATAG in ensuring that accessibility is incorporated into daily work practices.
The deadline for Level A accessibility on all Federal Government websites is just six months away. Dr Scott Hollier asks "are they going to make it?" and shares his insights into what it will take for the NTS to stay on schedule.
The New York Times has just announced the development of a version just for screen reader users. Are these good intentions setting news websites back to the days of WCAG 1.0?
Our representative on the W3C, Dr Scott Hollier, talks about how the W3C community is addressing the challenge of accessibility testing and the need for newcomers to have access to shared knowledge.
Inspired by the CSUN 27th Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference, Dr Scott Hollier discusses how web accessibility can be brought into the mainstream.
HTML5 has a wealth of benefits for accessibility. This month, Dr Scott Hollier talks through some of the lesser known features of HTML5 which enhance the usability of websites.
As a special start to the year, Dr Scott Hollier interviews the program leader of the W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative, Shadi Abou-Zahra. Scott and Shadi sit down to chat about life at the coal face of web accessibility.

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