1. Google Docs accessibility with Shawn Lauriat

    Written by on April 30, 2013 in Understanding accessibility

    Web Accessibility isn’t always easy. Some people are tackling tough problems. Here we talk with Shawn Lauriat who works on Google Docs Accessibility about some of the challenges he faces with screen readers, other assistive technology and changing the world.

  2. An interview with Karl Groves

    Written by on April 26, 2013 in Understanding accessibility

    As part of Knowbility’s 2013 John Slatin AccessU, we are proud to present an interview with Karl Groves—one of my co-workers, and speaker at the upcoming AccessU. Karl works on our team as an Accessibility Consultant and is interviewed here by another co-worker, Derek Featherstone. They talk Vikings, testing, workshops and BBQ.

  3. An interview with Lainey Feingold

    Written by on April 23, 2013 in Understanding accessibility

    As part of Knowbility’s 2013 John Slatin AccessU, we are proud to present our first speaker interview with Lainey Feingold, a lawyer that focuses on accessibility. Our own Derek Featherstone speaks with her about her session at the upcoming AccessU conference.

  4. An inside look at AccessU 2013

    Written by on in Understanding accessibility

    We’re proud to be sponsoring John Slatin AccessU 2013. We’re hosting a series of interviews with some great speakers from the conference and post them here as podcasts with transcripts. Enjoy!

  5. Another employee accessibility lawsuit: what HR staff need to know

    Written by on April 2, 2013 in Understanding accessibility

    Most organizations are familiar with the concept that public facing web sites and applications need to be accessible. But it can’t stop there—accessibility is a requirement for internal systems as well. Here’s some helpful thoughts on how to approach internal web properties and applications.