Archive for the ‘Web’ Category

Apple’s App Review Should Test Accessibility – Marco.org

Friday, August 8th, 2014

Marco has a great post outlining why Apple (among others) should require accessibility of an app before releasing it. The closer to the design end of the development curve that accessibility is included, the better. Poor or broken accessibility is exactly the sort of problem that Apple’s App Review team should check ...

Keyboard Navigation extension for Chrome

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

Came across an interesting, potentially useful tip on a extension for the Chrome web browser called "Keyboard Navigation", on the excellent blog makeuseof.com. From the blog: The extension defines a hot key (,) which places a hint next to every link on the page that can be clicked. While the hint is ...

Keyboard Access for Google Maps

Tuesday, April 28th, 2009

Web Axe points to an article where Patrick H. Lauke provides a solution to making Google Maps keyboard accessible by retrofitting keyboard access into google maps. (Obviously JavaScript is still required.) Also, Google Maps provides a text-only option, which is nice for those using assistive devices, mobile devices, low or ...