Digital Inclusion or Digital Disengagement and Social Exclusion?
Digital Inclusion: evolving accessibility and usability is the title of an interesting blog post that showed up this week. The author, Ian Crocombe, discusses what you can do to learn about the behavior of the users of public websites. As he…
Stanford University’s Online Accessibility Program
Did you know that Stanford University now has an Online Accessibility Program?  They call it “SOAP” for Stanford Online Accessibility Program. I came across this today and thought you might be interested to see it: http://soap.stanford.edu/. The site offers resources and…
Usability Lab Rentals and Participant Recruiting
This page contains names of facilities providing recruiting and facilities for usability research. Facilities and Companies - US Arizona | California | Colorado | Florida | Georgia | Illinois | Indiana | Maryland | Massachusetts |Michigan   | Minnesota | Missouri | New Hampshire | New Jersey | New York | Ohio |North Carolina | North Dakota | Pennsylvania | Texas | Utah | Virginia | Washington | Wisconsin Facility Codes:ULAB = Usability specific equipmentFG = Interview/focus group rooms with no observationMR = Research…
Understanding Disabilities When Designing a Web Site
In Digital Web Magazine last month, Leona Tomlinson of Agoo IT wrote a great article on understanding disabilities when designing a web site. While some of the information can be found in many places, Tomlinson distills a broad range of information in one article, making it…