AODA at 10 - We're Still on the Path

Allegedly, we're halfway there. The Accessibility…Read more

Me Comprenez-Vous? AODA in French

I have spent the last few days preparing for and enrolling in French as a Second Language classes in a local community college. In addition to learning about some…Read more

The Give and Take of Accessibility

Did you know that not all guidelines of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 are required under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA…Read more

Opening the Book on Closed Captioning!

We've all heard it: "Closed captioning for this program is brought to you by Company X" but have we thought what captioning truly means and what it can do for those for…Read more

An Introduction to Sarah, Echidna's Accessibility Consultant

My colleague Jay Menard has written several great posts on…Read more

AODA and You: Putting Your Site to the Test

Whether you're developing your site on your own, or maintaining one that's been developed on your behalf, it's always good practice to regularly test that you continue to…Read more

AODA and You: Turnabout and Fair Play

Thinking Ability First is not just about looking past physical and mental limitations, but it's about expanding everyone's horizons.

Earlier this morning, we had…Read more

AODA and You: Alphabet Soup -- WCAG 2.0 A or AA?

A is the best you can do right? Or is it AA? What does WCAG 2.0 mean again?  And what do I really need to do by Jan. 1, 2014 – if anything? What’s the difference between A…Read more

Ask Echidna: Accessing the Internet

We received an e-mail at [email protected] from Ben A. who asks, “I’m working on my own personal Website and I’d like to make it…Read more