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before and after

From: lisa.seeman <lisa.seeman@zoho.com>
Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2015 23:58:23 +0200
To: lisa.seeman <lisa.seeman@zoho.com>
Cc: "Deborah Dahl" <dahl@conversational-technologies.com>, <public-cognitive-a11y-tf@w3.org>
Message-Id: <14c4dc502df.f0530f97553941.2905259430540140314@zoho.com>
This is a good idea, but maybe we could take it further.

After we have the Editors draft of the techniques how about we do a before and after pages with our techniques?
We could use this for actual validation and sanity tests of our recommendations and as worked examples.

Any volunteers?

All the best

Lisa Seeman

Athena ICT Accessibility Projects 
LinkedIn, Twitter

---- On Tue, 24 Mar 2015 21:45:33 +0200 lisa.seeman &lt;lisa.seeman@zoho.com&gt; wrote ---- 

Hi Deborah

We had a few threads already why we can not recommend the WebAim  page. Why not use our techniques page or issue papers?

All the best

Lisa Seeman

Athena ICT Accessibility Projects
LinkedIn, Twitter

---- On Tue, 24 Mar 2015 21:35:39 +0200 Deborah Dahl&lt;dahl@conversational-technologies.com&gt; wrote ---- 

This should be a great chance to publicize the task force’s work to an 
audience of university-age developers. The talk’s supposed to be only 20 
minutes, so I think the goals would be primarily to raise awareness of the 
problem, introduce the W3C's work in the area, and describe a few 
techniques, for example from the WebAim page John posted earlier 
Since seeing is believing, it also occurred to me that it would be cool to 
show an example of something like a "web page makeover" from a cognitively 
inaccessible page to a more accessible page, does anyone know of any 
examples like that? 
From: Rochford, John [mailto:john.rochford@umassmed.edu] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 8:34 AM 
To: public-cognitive-a11y-tf@w3.org 
Subject: Deborah Dahl to speak on task force work 
Hi All, 
FYI, from the W3C Public Newsletter, 2015-03-23: 
2015-04-14 (14 APR) 
•     Web Accessibility for People with Cognitive Disabilities 
o  by Deborah Dahl 
o  Philly Tech Week -- EvoHaX 
o  &lt;http://www.evohax.com/&gt; 
o  Philadelphia, PA, USA 
Dr. Dahl will discuss recent activities at the W3C aimed at improving web 
accessibility for people with cognitive disabilities such as Down Syndrome, 
dementia, aphasia and dyslexia. 
John Rochford 
UMass Medical School/E.K. Shriver Center 
Director, INDEX Program 
Instructor, Family Medicine &amp; Community Health 
Twitter: @ClearHelper 
Received on Tuesday, 24 March 2015 21:58:49 UTC

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