Why screen reader detection on the web is a bad thing

On February 26, 2014, the webAIM project published the results of their 5th screen reader user survey. Two questions were new in this survey that pertain to a recently growing desire of some web developers to know whether they’re dealing with assistive technologies on the other end or not. The results were rather shocking to […]

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WAI-ARIA showcase: TinyMCE 4.17

Today, on February 26, the TinyMCE team released version 4.17 of the JavaScript/HTML editor for the web. In the release notes, the first item mentioned is much improved accessibility support. For those of you not familiar with TinyMCE: It is the WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get), AKA visual or rich editor used […]

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Switching back to Windows

This post is no longer current. For an update on the reasons why, read this post. The below post is kept for historic reasons, since they reflect my thoughts and reasoning from that time. Yes, you read correctly! After five years on a Mac as my private machine, I am switching back to a Windows […]

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