We’re starting a new monthly webinar called “A11yAMA” (or, Accessibility Ask Me Anything) where we talk with a guest who benefits from improved accessibility.
This weekend, we learned of the passed of one of digital accessibility’s pioneers, Dr. Jim Thatcher.
Two weeks ago, I attended Accessing Higher Ground 2019 on behalf of Tenon. We sponsored the event, and decided to have a personal presence as well as having brochures in the conference bags. This was my first time attending AHG (as it’s known), but Tenon (and Karl Groves) has a long history there.
Charts, graphs, and other data visualizations are an increasingly common way to convey complex information quickly to your audience. They’re eye-catching, helpful to your users, and they generate lots of traffic to your site.
And they’re inaccessible.
After an intense period of development, the first phase of our new website has gone live. We are really proud of what we have achieved and would like to share some of the choices and challenges we faced along the road and how we overcame them.