The forthcoming W3C standard for Accessible Rich Internet Applications adds machine-readable semantic information about how elements behave and relate to one another. This plugs the gaps in (X)HTML and creates the basis for an accessible Web 2.0. What is currently possible with ARIA? Can the ground rules of ARIA be applied to accessible Flash?
Mozilla's Accessibility QA Engineer, blind from birth, tweet in English about accessibility and some private stuff. bio from Twitter
Web standards & accessibility. Invited Expert @W3C HTML Working Group, HTML Accessibility TF, eGovernment IG. Member of the City Council of Frankfurt. Pirate.
[Crazy HTML Standards Bueraucrat] Accessibility by any means necessary... bio from Twitter
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