You’ve subscribed to the newsletters and RSS feeds, you’ve expanded your library, but what about digital accessibility podcasts? Ricky Onsman goes audio.
November 14, 2023 | Development, World of Accessibility
Digital accessibility books: does anyone still write them? Or read them? You bet they do! Ricky Onsman lists some new titles, some recent releases and some favorites.
November 3, 2023 | Development, World of Accessibility
Ricky Onsman reports on Day Two of one of the great web technology conferences, back in live format in Sydney, Australia.
November 1, 2023 | Development, World of Accessibility
We sent Ricky Onsman to report on one of the great web technology conferences, back in live format in Sydney, Australia.
October 31, 2023 | Development, World of Accessibility
There are a lot of people out there writing important blog posts and email newsletters about digital accessibility. Who should you follow?
October 12, 2023 | Development, News, World of Accessibility
WCAG 2.2 has been published as a W3C Recommendation, which means the latest amendments to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines are now fully in effect.
October 6, 2023 | Accessibility Strategy, ARC Platform, Development, News, World of Accessibility
Forms are everywhere on the web. The words we use to tell users how to fill in online forms are very important, and become critical for people with some kinds of disabilities.
October 5, 2023 | Development, User Experience (UX)
Accessibility overlays are nothing more than Disability Dongles, “contemporary fairy tales that appeal to the abled imagination” and don’t solve real problems while creating new ones.
September 26, 2023 | Development, World of Accessibility
Identifying different kinds of multiple failures and understanding their nature will ultimately help web developers, designers, and content authors create accessible websites, and auditors to provide better guidance when they don’t.
August 14, 2023 | Development, KnowledgeBase Content, World of Accessibility
On 24 July 2023, the W3C Accessibility Guidelines Working Group published the latest Working Draft of the WC3 Accessibility Guidelines Verson 3.0. In this blog post, we’ll look at what changes this latest draft brings to WCAG3.
August 10, 2023 | Development, World of Accessibility
Numbers are a key part of web content. It makes sense, then, that when we use numbers, they must be accessible.
July 10, 2023 | Development, World of Accessibility
Part Two of an edited transcription of the presentation delivered by Hans Hillen (in person) and Ricky Onsman (via video) on 15 March at CSUN 2023, in which they share some of their experiences setting up the TPGi Knowledge Center.
April 24, 2023 | ARC Platform, Development, KnowledgeBase Content, World of Accessibility
Part One of an edited transcription of the presentation delivered by Hans Hillen (in person) and Ricky Onsman (via video) on 15 March at CSUN 2023, in which they share some of their experiences setting up the TPGi Knowledge Center.
April 17, 2023 | ARC Platform, Development, KnowledgeBase Content, World of Accessibility
It is with great sadness and deepest respect that we at TPGi offer our condolences to the family of Judith (Judy) Heumann, often referred to as the mother of the disability rights movement, who died on the 4th of March, 2023.
March 7, 2023 | World of Accessibility
On 7 December 2021, the W3C Accessible Guidelines Working Group published a Working Draft of the W3C Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 3.0. So, that’s it, right? Pack WCAG 2 off to the junkyard? The standard is dead, long live the standard? Well, no.
December 12, 2022 | Development, World of Accessibility
A common definition of ableism is that it is discrimination and social prejudice against people with disabilities. That’s undoubtedly true, but ableism can also be described as discrimination in favor of non-disabled people. What’s the difference?
November 17, 2022 | World of Accessibility
Due to their nature, and depending on how they are constructed, Single Page Applications might need to use techniques to conform to specific WCAG success criteria that are different to those used on multi-page websites.
May 25, 2022 | KnowledgeBase Content
Many websites publish content that isn’t created by the website owner or author, from embedded videos, shopping carts, and social media feeds to maps, booking systems and comments on blog posts. Who is responsible for making sure third party content is accessible? And how?
April 18, 2022 | KnowledgeBase Content