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Using icon fonts and demystifying speak:none;
I just listened to the talks of Responsive Day Out from last march as a Podcast. And the talk of Josh Emerson of Clearleft about asset fonts (Slides on Speaker Deck) caught my interest. Asset fonts is just a more fancy, yet more fitting, name for icon fonts. He makes a very convincing case about…
We have to stop FUD accessibility
Yesterday, the Web Standards Project announced that its work is done. Mission accomplished. What they did is create a collaborative environment where everyone could get help in terms of web standards and how to use them. They provided precise help and thus led to a new understanding of the web as a…
Everyone should be an accessibility expert
Accessibility is one of the fundamental concepts of the web as invented by Sir Tim Berners Lee: The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect. That’s why accessibility knowledge should, too, be universally taught and known. And…