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Request to jon WAI working group

From: Andrew C. Wiss <andywiss@adelphia.net>
Date: Mon, 04 Feb 2002 13:52:46 -0500
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Hello W3C members,
My name is Andrew Wiss and I am requesting to join the WAI working group. I am currently working as a web design/development instructor and developer for the State University of New York Buffalo. I have attached the "Request to Join" information from your site to the bottom of this message.
Given Name: Andrew Clifford<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

Family Name: Wiss

Email Address: andywiss@altavista.com

Office Telephone Number: 716-833-5461

Employer / Organization: State University of New York at Buffalo as Web Design/Development Instructor and Developer

Indicate whether your organization is a W3C Member:

Area of interest: (Non W3C members please state area of expertise)

[ X ] develop Web content on a regular basis,

- Used by SUNY Buffalo's School of Management as an official consultant on external projects for the Western New York Community at large. Past positions have included Chief Technology Officer, Project Manager and Webmaster for several E-commerce and business sites.

[ ] work with people with disabilities who use the Web,

[ ] have a disability and regularly use the Web,

[ X ] instruct people on developing Web content,

- I am currently an instructor at SUNY Buffalo - one of the focuses of my curriculum is accessibility.

[ X ]or have general usability, development, or accessibility knowledge

- see above

[ X ] I have read the <http://www.w3.org/WAI/GL/new-charter-2000.html>WC Guidelines Working Group Charter and agree to the participation criteria therein (please indicate the revision date of the charter, e.g., 2000/01/21).

Version: Date: 2000/11/27 23:48:57 - <mailto:jbrewer@w3.org>Judy Brewer, <mailto:chisholm@trace.wisc.edu>Wendy Chisholm

Intellectual Property Rights (check one):

[ X ] To the best of my knowledge, I believe my organization does not have any IPR claims regarding guidelines for the accessibility of Web content.

[ ] To the best of my knowledge, I believe my organization has the following IPR claims regarding guidelines for the accessibility of Web content. (Please specify)


The following list may better serve your needs in identifying my skill sets:

        Page and Interface Design 

        A solid understanding of usability, navigation standards, site design and informational hierarchy

        Use and implementation of external technologies on the web

        Strong graphic design/artistic skills


        Published work as both a technical writer (software) and journalist  
    * Multimedia - audio and video production 
I look forward to hearing from you,
Andrew Wiss
Received on Monday, 4 February 2002 14:40:03 UTC

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