Today and tomorrow (the 16th and 17th of April respectively) mark the 9th International Cross-Disciplinary conference on Web Accessibility in Nice, France. This year the event is being live streamed via the website http://www.w4a.info/2012/ allowing me to virtually attend, and, in particular, eavesdrop on David Sloan’s presentation of our joint paper, co-authored with Martyn Cooper and Brian Kelly. Dedicated reportage is also being supplied by a battalion of tweeters using the #w4a12 and #w4a12live hashtags.
Today, David presented our communication paper ‘A Challenge to Web Accessibility Metrics and Guidelines: Putting People and Processes First. Our paper is available for free, with abstract via the University of Bath online repository in Word, PDF and HTML formats.
Cooper, M., Sloan, D., Kelly, B. and Lewthwaite, S., 2012. A challenge to web accessibility metrics and guidelines: putting people and processes first. In: W4A 2012: 9th International Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Web Accessibility, 16-18 April 2012, Lyon.
In addition, David’s slides are now available on Slide Share:
I’ll be sure to add a link to any recordings from David’s presentation on this page as and when they become available.