Tag Archives: Accessibility

NUX Leeds – 17 July 2017 – Creating inclusive mobile apps

The next NUX Leeds event is taking place on Monday 17th July in our NEW home at Futurelabs, at 1 Eastgate, Leeds, LS2 7LY. Join us from 6:00pm for food, drinks and networking. Talk starts at 6:30pm.   This month we’re all about mobile apps – and accessible ones at that. Creating inclusive mobile apps Mobile applications give […]

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Next Leeds Event on Monday 24th October; Developing Accessibility

David Swallow will be discussing; Developing Accessibility – the more things change, the more they stay the same. In an effort to try and improve the development of accessible websites, David is currently researching how better to support web developers. Charting the numerous web accessibility initiatives that have emerged in the last decade or so, as well as exploring the impact […]

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Critical Friend

We talked a little in Wednesday’s (July 2nd) meeting about the lack of recognised qualifications to audit or certify a web site as “accessible”. I recalled a customer of my company had asked about the use of a “trusted friend”. Alas, my recollection was faulty and the phrase they had used was “critical friend”. It […]

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