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Accessibility Guidelines news
for Thursday, May 25, 2006


Berners-Lee applies Web 2.0 to improve accessibility
Out-Law.com, UK - 19 minutes ago... Version 2.0 of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, or WCAG, has been long awaited and the working draft is near completion: a 'last call' for public ...


Accessibility Guidelines news
for Wednesday, May 24, 2006


New Web portal for engineers from Emerald Group Publishing
Training Press Releases - Emerald Group Publishing is launching a new web portal. The Emerald Engineering web portal is an online, comprehensive and focused information resource for engineers: http://engineering.emeraldinsight.com. To celebrate the new service, Emerald is

Watchfire launches Web site quality-assurance software
Computerworld - " This pilot fish heads up a small programming group that's developing analytic programs for a Wall Street firm. "We not " Read more " IBM Rational's software guru Grady Booch says there's "only an accidental correlation" between software

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New Media Age - Calls for companies to make their Web sites more accessible grew today with the launch of a list of 10 'Reasonable Adjustments' by the Well Adjusted Campaign. The campaign, set up last week by agency 2080partners, The British Dyslexia Association and

FTSE 100 websites breaking disability rules
IT Week - Three-quarters of the largest UK firms break website accessibility rules on their home pages, according to a new survey. The research was conducted by website design firm Nomensa , which counts British Gas and Local Directgov among customers. It

Accessibility Guidelines news
for Saturday, May 20, 2006


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Student Life - One: Rampant wastefulness. So much of the waste on campus results from simple carelessness and cutting corners. Students regularly throw trash into ambiguously labeled recycling bins, contaminating what's already there and thwarting well-intentioned

Accessibility issue comes to a head
IDG.se - Bruce Sexton Jr. wants to be able to access the same Web content that anyone else can. Because he can't, he now finds himself at the center of a potentially precedent-setting legal fight over Web site accessibility. Sexton, who is legally blind

New Web portal for engineers from Emerald Group Publishing
Training Press Releases - Emerald Group Publishing is launching a new web portal. The Emerald Engineering web portal is an online, comprehensive and focused information resource for engineers: http://engineering.emeraldinsight.com. To celebrate the new service, Emerald is

Watchfire launches Web site quality-assurance software
Computerworld - " This pilot fish heads up a small programming group that's developing analytic programs for a Wall Street firm. "We not " Read more " IBM Rational's software guru Grady Booch says there's "only an accidental correlation" between software

Campaigners publish advice on meeting accessibility guidelines
New Media Age - Calls for companies to make their Web sites more accessible grew today with the launch of a list of 10 'Reasonable Adjustments' by the Well Adjusted Campaign. The campaign, set up last week by agency 2080partners, The British Dyslexia Association and

Accessibility Guidelines news
for Friday, May 19, 2006


New Web portal for engineers from Emerald Group Publishing
Training Press Releases - Emerald Group Publishing is launching a new web portal. The Emerald Engineering web portal is an online, comprehensive and focused information resource for engineers: http://engineering.emeraldinsight.com. To celebrate the new service, Emerald is

OSS giving voice to the disabled
Tectonic - It's one thing relying on proprietary technology to write a document, touch up a photograph, or send an email. But the stakes are much higher when the technology may be your only communication link to the world. This is the reality for people like

Opportunities Unlimited unveil plans for 'Boundless Playground'
Sioux City Journal - Construction of a "Boundless Playground" in Sioux City would be the first of its kind in the state of Iowa providing a park with no barriers where children with disabilities could play with their friends, siblings and classmates, the City Council was

COUNTY IN BRIEF
Maui News - KIPAHULU A tour helicopter made a precautionary landing Monday morning near Waimoku Falls in East Maui, officials said. No injuries were reported to the occupants, who were picked up by another aircraft to resume the tour after the 10 a.m

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Student Life - One: Rampant wastefulness. So much of the waste on campus results from simple carelessness and cutting corners. Students regularly throw trash into ambiguously labeled recycling bins, contaminating what's already there and thwarting well-intentioned

Accessibility Guidelines news
for Thursday, May 18, 2006


Press Release: Segala Helps to Build Internet Trust
E-consultancy (press release), UK - 5 hours ago... worldwide to provide a digital certificate and Trustmark which certifies sites for conformance to W3C's "Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0", and which ...


Accessibility Guidelines news
for Tuesday, May 09, 2006


Openharmonise gathers momentum in the cultural sector
Training Press Releases - Use of Simulacra's open source content management system open harmonise has increased over the last year since its release under an open source licence in November 2004. The software usage has risen significantly in both new clients adopting open

Opportunities Unlimited unveil plans for 'Boundless Playground'
Sioux City Journal - Construction of a "Boundless Playground" in Sioux City would be the first of its kind in the state of Iowa providing a park with no barriers where children with disabilities could play with their friends, siblings and classmates, the City Council was

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Computerworld - " This pilot fish heads up a small programming group that's developing analytic programs for a Wall Street firm. "We not " Read more " IBM Rational's software guru Grady Booch says there's "only an accidental correlation" between software

Accessibility Guidelines news
for Sunday, May 07, 2006


Nearly 75 percent of FTSE 100 company websites fail to meet minimum
24-7PressRelease.com - Companies exclude over 80 billion in revenue and leave themselves exposed to legal action for ignoring the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) /24-7PressRelease/ - SURREY, UK, April 29, 2006 - Research conducted in March 2006 by user experience

FTSE 100 websites breaking disability rules
IT Week - Three-quarters of the largest UK firms break website accessibility rules on their home pages, according to a new survey. The research was conducted by website design firm Nomensa , which counts British Gas and Local Directgov among customers. It

Openharmonise gathers momentum in the cultural sector
Training Press Releases - Use of Simulacra's open source content management system open harmonise has increased over the last year since its release under an open source licence in November 2004. The software usage has risen significantly in both new clients adopting open

Accessibility Guidelines news
for Saturday, May 06, 2006


FTSE 100 websites breaking disability rules
IT Week - Three-quarters of the largest UK firms break website accessibility rules on their home pages, according to a new survey. The research was conducted by website design firm Nomensa , which counts British Gas and Local Directgov among customers. It

Nearly 75 percent of FTSE 100 company websites fail to meet minimum
24-7PressRelease.com - Companies exclude over 80 billion in revenue and leave themselves exposed to legal action for ignoring the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) /24-7PressRelease/ - SURREY, UK, April 29, 2006 - Research conducted in March 2006 by user experience

Openharmonise gathers momentum in the cultural sector
Training Press Releases - Use of Simulacra's open source content management system open harmonise has increased over the last year since its release under an open source licence in November 2004. The software usage has risen significantly in both new clients adopting open

Accessibility Guidelines news
for Wednesday, May 03, 2006


Nearly 75 percent of FTSE 100 company websites fail to meet minimum
24-7PressRelease.com - Companies exclude over 80 billion in revenue and leave themselves exposed to legal action for ignoring the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) /24-7PressRelease/ - SURREY, UK, April 29, 2006 - Research conducted in March 2006 by user experience

Websites of UK's top companies 'actively turn visitors away' Websites
Out-Law - Nearly 75% of FTSE 100 company websites fail to meet minimum accessibility requirements according to new research that, perhaps for the first time, was largely undertaken manually. There was no website that achieved a higher standard than Level A

Openharmonise gathers momentum in the cultural sector
Training Press Releases - Use of Simulacra's open source content management system open harmonise has increased over the last year since its release under an open source licence in November 2004. The software usage has risen significantly in both new clients adopting open

FTSE 100 websites breaking disability rules
IT Week - Three-quarters of the largest UK firms break website accessibility rules on their home pages, according to a new survey. The research was conducted by website design firm Nomensa , which counts British Gas and Local Directgov among customers. It

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