Joe Dolson from http://www.joedolson.com/

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Joe Dolson is an accessibility consultant and web designer from Minneapolis - St.Paul Area. He received his bachelor's degree in Music Composition and in Violin Performance from Macalester College in 2000, and spent his post-undergraduate years gaining further experience with performance and teaching on the violin. Now he's working as a freelance web designer and consultant at Joe Dolson Accessible Web Design. About his work Joe says that, "Accessible web design is not a special service — it's a way of life."

Website: http://www.joedolson.com/
Joe's  Blog: http://www.joedolson.com/articles/

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Recent News from Joe Dolson

  • It’s all in the timing

    Recently, I’ve been thinking about the crucial nature of timing in what I do. Like everything, when you engage on a particular step can have a profound impact on what you can accomplish. In any web project, engaging on web accessibility from the beginning can make the difference between a nominal percentage of the budget dedicated to ensuring accessibility and massive budget bloat caused by the need for extensive review of complex systems that gave no thought to the subject […]

    It’s all in the timing
    Copyright 2004 – 2014 Joseph C Dolson, Accessible Web Design

  • My Calendar 2.3.0: It’s been a long time coming

    I released the last version of My Calendar – a minor bug fix release for the 2.2 version cycle – on October 29th, 2013. The first release in the 2.2 code base was April 17th, 2013. So, I’ve been sitting on this code base for just under a year. It’s time for an update. But I hope it’ll be worth it — this new release has a lot of great updates. I’ve re-worked a number of back-end operations, and hopefully […]

    My Calendar 2.3.0: It’s been a long time coming
    Copyright 2004 – 2014 Joseph C Dolson, Accessible Web Design

  • Update to WP Accessibility: longdesc

    Having just returned from the premiere conference on accessibility and technology, it was inevitable that I would find myself brimming with new ideas. This year, it started quite early, when John Foliot caught me and told me he had something he’d like for me to do. John being who he is, I was already quaking in my comfortable shoes. The history of longdesc in HTML5 is complicated: the decision to keep the attribute required many long arguments and defense of […]

    Update to WP Accessibility: longdesc
    Copyright 2004 – 2014 Joseph C Dolson, Accessible Web Design

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