Back from holidays now and starting to get into work again – very hard. Much rather be horse riding, bike riding and swimming!
I noticed that WebAIM have published some interesting accessibility updates on their site in the last few weeks.
WCAG 2.0 Checklist – easy-to-use, understandable checklist for evaluating or implementing WCAG 2.0.
Color Contrast Checker – lets you select or enter a foreground and background color in RGB hexadecimal format and then select the lighten and darken options to change the colours slightly or change the luminosity.
Screen Reader Survey Results – They received more than 1100 responses with useful information about screen reader user demographics and preferences including that only 36% never or seldom use text-only versions of web pages and 71.5% of screen reader users reported that Flash is very or somewhat difficult.
This is a must read for any web publisher trying to make their site accessible to all.