The Web should be made accessible to as many people as possible, regardless of any disabilities they might have.
A comprehensive resource on issues relating to multimedia, e-learning and accessibility.
One way of solving the images off, CSS on problem with image replacement.
A very entertaining interview with accessibility guru Joe Clark.
Examining VoiceOver, the built-in screen reader in Mac OS X 10.4.
I’m featured in an article in Swedish weekly Ny Teknik.
How to decide which graphics are presentational and which are content.
Tommy talks about MIME types, HTML, floats, accessibility, and more.
A look at the the different approaches to implementing skip links.
A look at what is needed to make an EPiServer site accessible and standards compliant.
A brief explanation of the basics of web accessibility.
Make sure you consider accessibility before using Ajax.
Plenty of good advice for anyone building any kind of website.
Comments on some problematic areas of Beatport, an online music store.
Exploring web accessibility techniques and best practices.
An article (in Swedish) on common myths about accessibility.
HTML elements describe the meaning of content, not its looks.
All about fonts for captions and subtitles.
What to keep in mind when choosing colours for a website.
Using the lang attribute to mark up multilingual text is not always straightforward.