Archive for web accessibility

Watch National Digital Inclusion 2010 online with subtitles + BSL interpretation

We have been harping since we started a year ago about web accessibility and the need for Disabled and Deaf people to access online content. A great example of this is the The National Digital Inclusion Conference that took place in March 2010 streamed the video content not only live with subtitles and BSL interpretation but made it available afterwards. Alison Smith from Pesky People also got to present two of the Pitches that were taken forward... 
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Manifesto for a Networked Nation (Disabled need not apply)

The Race to get everyone online by 2012 kicked off on 12 July yet in the stampede to the digital finishing line – Disabled and Deaf people will┬ástill be left at the starting block. There is no chance of the 48% currently offline getting online by 2012! Why? Start by looking at the image opposite – can you read the title? Block pink capitals on the top left of the image? Inside it is even harder to follow, I wonder how someone who is partially... 
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