The Fundamentals of Accessibility

Consider this article your one-stop shop for all things IAccessible.  Below is a summary of the most important topics under my accessibility category.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Good article Sara. In line with what I’ve been researching recently, I’d like to add, that it’s meaning we communicate. This meaning can be communicated in a veriety of different forms, e.g. pictures, words, sounds, and so on, and it’s this that fundamentally, we as humans, wish to communicate. So, just because it’s a picture, it doesn’t mean the same meaning can’t be communicated through words. If this is considered when deciding what things like the iAccessible::AccName, should be, you get some really great results, such as those found in Whidbey’s class designer.