That Deaf Guy AKA Ken Bolingbroke

The following was written by a Yahoo! engineer to help his co-workers understand his deafness. He wrote this to answer the myriad of questions and to make meetings more productive. It was originally published on the Yahoo! Accessibility Lab’s web site. The Background I was diagnosed with a hearing loss when I was four years […]

Developing a mobile accessibility strategy

This presentation was created for the TechShare conference in Delhi, India Feb. 2014 It shows how Intuit’s mobile strategy has encouraged accessible mobile applications. The secret behind Intuit’s mobile accessibility strategy is that it has less to do with accessibility and everything to do with user experience and user-based design. Developing a mobile accessibility strategy […]

Common Accessibility Mistakes with HTML and CSS

Here’s an older video of a presentation I gave at one of Yahoo’s Front End Engineering Summits. I discussed some of the common issues we still find in web sites, from the alt attribute to forms. You can find more videos like this on the Yahoo! Accessibility Lab’s YouTube Channel.

Yahoo! Accessibility Lab code library

I haven’t been posting much to this blog for the past year. But that’s not because I’ve been lazy. I’ve been writing a lot of tutorials about creating more accessible web sites on the Yahoo! Accessibility Lab’s Code Library. You’ll find some great resources for using CSS, basic HTML, JavaScript, and ARIA. Update These articles […]