Accessibility, boring, bland and damn hard work? - a presentation by Jonathan Mosen

Date: Thursday 24 February, 2005
Location: Wellington New Zealand

Jonathan is blind and has in the past provided web accessibility advice to a range of Government and private agencies. He will be demonstrating how web accessibility doesn’t mean that web designers have to sacrifice innovation or creativity. He will also be demonstrating the kind of technology blind people are using today to surf the web, showing just what a difference an accessible web site can make to a blind person’s independence.

Filed under: Accessibility
Posted by Accessify on Friday, January 21, 2005


  1. So says Justin

    Is he going to have a powerpoint or html presentation that he could put up online?

    I can’t make the presentation, being in the US, but would love to read what he has to say.

    Added January 21, 2005 at 1:39 pm

  2. So says Trovster

    I’ll be very interesting in checking out this presentation. I hope a HTML version gets posted like a lot of them from Web Essentials 04.

    I am interested in accessibility on the web but I haven’t had any experience on how people use assistive technologies, so this would be a real incite.

    Added January 22, 2005 at 3:46 pm

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