Articles written by James Coltham
Web AccessibilityCookie Consent: Usability and Accessibility of WordPress Plug-ins
Following the EU's Privacy and Communications Directive that requires website owners to obtain informed consent from visitors before any cookies are stored or retrieved, James Coltham shares his ongoing accessibility review of WordPress plug-ins. MoreComments: 0
Prioritising Web Accessibility – A Flawed Approach?
Last week, the Society of IT Managers (SOCITM) released the findings of their annual report on all UK Council websites – Better Connected 2012: a snapshot of all local authority websites. James Coltham reflects on the organization's mandate to prioritize website accessibility for tasks frequently performed online by persons with disabilities. MoreComments: 0
Accessibility and Social Media – An Overview
Social Media has enjoyed an explosion of popularity in the past few years, making it easy for individuals to quickly and easily publish their own content and share it with the world, without needing technical skills in web publishing. As with all such revolutions, though, some people have been left behind, reflects James Coltham MoreComments: 0