Accessibility described using Object Oriented Analysis and Design (OOA/OOD) – Part 9 Competition for resources

I’ve already written about my systems-led approach to accessibility research. This series of articles is designed to put a little more flesh on the bone with a detailed look at how OOA/OOD (Object Oriented Analysis and Design) can be used… Read moreAccessibility described using Object Oriented Analysis and Design (OOA/OOD) – Part 9 Competition for resources

A quick tour of the main CELA website and its support for accessibility

Top of the CELA home page

This blog post is a quick tour of the CELA website, for which I’m the web developer, looking at it from an accessibility point of view. CELA proves Canada’s national digital library for print disabled users (see Introducing CELA). The… Read moreA quick tour of the main CELA website and its support for accessibility

DAISY playing: Sharing digital audio books using international standards

A Plextalk DAISY player sitting on a desk with a CD next to it

What do you do if you are an online digital library, and that even with assistive technology, you clients will struggle to select and read your books? A user base for an online service where only 50% of patrons have… Read moreDAISY playing: Sharing digital audio books using international standards