Wednesday, August 17, 2005

MDAWG Event at the National Library for the Blind

The very kind people at the National Library for the Blind are hosting our next meeting which will be at 6pm on the 31st August.

The agenda for the evening is:
  • Brief overview of access technologies (5 – 10 mins)
  • Common accessibility problems – with access technology and live Internet link (15 mins)
  • Some unusual problems on sites where accessibility is otherwise very good (15 mins)
  • Suggest (your own?) sites to look at live with access technology (30 mins)
  • Break into groups and have a go yourself with JAWS and Supernova (30 mins)
The address of the venue is:

National Library for the Blind
Far Cromwell Road

(Location on Google Maps)

We had a superb attendance at the last event so pre-registration for this event is important. Please let us know via


Blogger Manchester_Blog said...

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10:23 am  
Blogger Manchester_Blog said...

Hi All Would really be interested in one of our sites [] being used with assistive technologies and also if anyone has any constructive criticisms about the accessibility. The site is being reviewed for redevelopment at the moment. Stuart

10:29 am  
Blogger Manchester_Blog said...

Hi all. I thought Wednesday at the National Library for the Blind was very informative. I wanted to let everyone know that I will be giving a presentation on implementing accessibility for the Usability Professional Association next Wednesday the 14th September at 6.30pm at the Cafe Muse. for more details. It is a FREE meeting.

There should be the chance for some discussion. I am hoping that last Wednesday proved the case for accessibility and next week will show that is achievable with some thought and NO you do not have to sacrifice creativity to be accessible.

11:28 am  

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