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30 Years of the Americans with Disabilities Act

Today is the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). Thirty years is not very long when you consider Americans elected (largely unknowingly) a disabled president in 1932. On the other hand, it seems an eternity ago given Americans elected a president who mocks disabled people…


Tags: accessibility, law

My Gratuitously Signaling Watch

In early 2016 I bought myself the Eone Bradley (nobody is sponsoring this post and the link is not an affiliate link). I first saw this watch at the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference, some on the wrists of people with little or no vision, and had admired it since then.…


Tags: accessibility, design, usability

ARIA Grid As an Anti-Pattern

First I will cover what an ARIA grid is per the ARIA specification, and then I will discuss two patterns proposed by the ARIA Authoring Practices. ARIA 1.1 Data Grids Layout Grids As Defined The Provided Examples 1. Simple List of Links 2. Pill List For a List of Message…


Tags: accessibility, ARIA, ARIAbuse, rant, standards, UX