Why You Need to Know About Online Accessibility with Dennis Lembree – Social Light

Every once in a while a story surfaces involving a company that is forced to pay out big bucks because their website isn’t accessible to people with disabilities. People shake their heads and say “bad company,” but may not actually understand what online accessibility is and what they need to do to make their ownContinue reading “Why You Need to Know About Online Accessibility with Dennis Lembree – Social Light”

Keyboard Access for Google Maps

Web Axe points to an article where Patrick H. Lauke provides a solution to making Google Maps keyboard accessible by retrofitting keyboard access into google maps. (Obviously JavaScript is still required.) Also, Google Maps provides a text-only option, which is nice for those using assistive devices, mobile devices, low or costly bandwidth, etc. I’ve beenContinue reading “Keyboard Access for Google Maps”