Today, I did an accessibility presentation for the DOE InterLab conference of national labs. It was a review and refresher with a few new things about ARIA roles added in. The slide deck is available at vdebolt.com/interlab.
The agenda for the InterLab conference shows an interesting list of speakers in addition to my small part. Among the speakers are Emily Lewis and Chantal Forster. Kudos to the DOE organizers of this event for getting so many brilliant women as speakers.
You read A List Apart without me having to remind you to, right? Nevertheless, I thought this customer services post called Designing for Services Beyond the Screen was really excellent. How can you take the lessons from this article and apply them to your site?
Wow, talk about going mainstream. Ms. Magazine is getting into the fray on the topic of the miserable representation of women in gaming. Actually, About Half of Gamers are Women. It’s a good summary of the topic if you haven’t paid much attention before.
I haven’t thrown this up in a while and there are lots of new faces. Hope you enjoy seeing these faces as much as I do.
This is a Flash-based slide show, so it won’t work on iOS. If you know of a way to create a slideshow using a Flickr group pool that will work on iOS, please let me know. I found some that don’t work, and some that work only on your own photos (like Blaze Digital) but not a group pool.
Want to buy or sell a web site? Look at Flippa.com. I learned about this site from my buddy in New Zealand, Miraz Jordan, who is selling her awesome site Mac Tips. So much good content on Mac Tips, and now someone can buy the whole site.
Vine Is the Show, and Vine Records the Show. I wrote about Vine yesterday on BlogHer and explained how disruptive I think this new six-second video app that works through Twitter has been in just 4 months. What are your thoughts on Vine?