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Jim Byrne Accessible Website Design Glasgow for The Third Sector, Voluntary, Charities and Not for Profits

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Jim Byrne Web Designer
  • Use YouTube to create video captions
  • Zoom video conferencing and accessibility
  • Accessible PDFs from MS Word
  • A note on the Arial font and accessibility
  • ARIA – A Beginners Guide
  • Theory into practice; designing a flexible website is the key to accessible website design
  • Download Jim Byrne’s Guide To Creating A More Accessible Website
  • How is the term ‘disabled people’ defined and why does it matter?
  • Organise your WordPress web content to help visitors navigate within your pages
  • Do you need to do delete your mailing list? GDPR in six bullet points.
  • 5 ideas to improve your online presence and make your site more secure in 2018 
  • Quick Summary of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for Third Sector Organisations
  • I’ll see you at Independent Living Scotland 2017!
  • What Can I Do For You? Outlining My Approach to Web Design
  • Ten tips to make your web text easier to read
  • Website Accessibility ‘WCAG A’ Audit Deal
  • Developing An Accessible Searchable Directory For Evenbreak
  • 20 Simple But Effective Facebook Marketing Tips
  • Public Sector Equality Duty – A summary
  • Equality Act 2010 – A Summary
  • The ‘cast iron’ business case for accessible website design
  • SITE Scotland Web Development Case Study
  • European Commission welcomes agreement to make public sector websites and apps more accessible
  • 25 years on the Web: have I learned anything yet?
  • Advertise on Google for free – if you are a nonprofit
  • Organising Website Content: 14 tips
  • Usability article: how to create readable Web text
  • What is responsive website design and how does it relate to accessibility?
  • South Lakes Society for the Blind
  • Wilkinson & Corr Ltd
  • GCIL Housing and Employment Services
  • Glasgow Disability Alliance
  • Centre for Social Policy and Social Work (SWAP)
  • Health Rights Information Scotland
  • Beaumont Virtual Assistant Services
  • SEO Case Study: ORRO Contemporary Jewellery
  • New Year, New Plans
  • About our search engine optimisation (SEO) service
  • We can install and setup Google Analytics for you
  • Client feedback: Edinburgh Tenants Federation
  • Case study: Edinburgh Tenants Federation
  • The WCAG 2 principles translated to simple ‘Jim speak’
  • Evaluation tools and resources for developing accessible websites
  • Use Javascript to add default text to input fields
  • WordPress Plugins that help accessibility
  • Your business website? What the %!*l is it for?
  • Get the Web Accessibility Toolbar for Internet Explorer
  • How to make client-side image maps accessible
  • .scot domain launched. Is it for you?
  • What is the British Standard (BS) 8878 Web Accessibility Code?
  • Structure your menus by marking them up as lists
  • Accessible web design is not about creating boring sites
  • Case Study: Orro Contemporary Jewellery
  • Accessible WordPress Webinar: Download The Slides
  • Add a full stop to end of alt attributes and list items
  • Advanced Facebook Page Strategies for Nonprofit Organizations
  • Ensuring your website is an effective marketing tool
  • So how do you add character encoding information?
  • Accessible Website Design: start with the assumption that you cannot predict the access needs of your audience
  • Website Marketing: New year, new plans
  • Use HTML attributes, or CSS to set web page colours, but don’t use both
  • Get fancy accessible fonts on your website by renting them
  • Richard Morton – website accessibility auditor
  • Twitter for charities, non profits and the voluntary sector – Everything you need to unlock the power of twitter for good
  • Publications by Jim Byrne
  • Making Websites Accessible published by Scottish Accessible Information Forum
  • A short introduction to HTML Markup and document structure
  • Is your website secure?
  • Your website tender document: what to include?
  • Newsletter FAQ
  • Statistics related to registered disabled people at Glagow Caledonian University
  • Design for machines first, people second!
  • Plugins to check out (Slide Ten: WordPress Accessibility)
  • Install ‘WP Accessibility’ Plugin by Joe Dolso (Slide Nine: WordPress Accessibility)
  • More accessible contact forms (Slide Eight: WordPress Accessibility)
  • Configure MCE Advanced (Slide Seven: WordPress Accessibility)
  • Setting up WordPress (Slide Six: WordPress Accessibility)
  • Working with WordPress (Slide Five: WordPress Accessibility)
  • Is a WordPress site different (Slide Four: WordPress Accessibility)
  • An approach to Website accessibility (Slide Three: WordPress Accessibility)
  • What will we do today? (Slide Two: WordPress Accessibility)
  • WordPress Accessibility Presentation: About Jim Byrne
  • What’s the difference between an accessible website and an inaccessible website?
  • Web Accessibility Practitioners Survey Shows Inequality Between Practitioners
  • Check colour contrast by creating a greyscale image of your web page
  • Make your pages validate when they include urls with ampersands (&’s) in them
  • Web Accessibility Tip: Make PDFs more accessible
  • Types of Content and Formats that Engage
  • Link text should describe the content linked to
  • British Standard 8878 Web Accessibility Code of Practice: a short summary
  • Accessibility tip: Make a start on those ‘legacy’ pages
  • Add alt attributes to decorative images
  • First chapter of Twitter book for beginners now online
  • How to get your XHTML pages to validate when using the blockquote element
  • Three steps to making website accessibility part of your organisation
  • Associate form fields explicitly with their labels
  • How to make non-text elements accessible
  • How to create a Facebook Cause and use it to promote your organisation
  • Don’t rely on colour alone to provide important information
  • Twitter for charities, non profits and the voluntary sector – Read the first two chapters free
  • What should be in your website accessibility page?
  • Get Connected and Lead website launched
  • Decide whether your non-text elements are functional, decorative or providing content?
  • Why do non-profits need to care about web standards and web accessibility?
  • Get fancy accessible fonts on your website by renting them
  • Test the accessibility of your web page with your own web browser
  • Web accessibility for deaf people – adding captions or providing transcripts isn’t always enough
  • Accessible WordPress Webinar: Listen To The Audio
  • Place the ‘accessibility’ link at the top of the page not the bottom
  • Is Facebook useful for voluntary sector organisations?
  • Twitter for charities, non profits and the voluntary sector book launch
  • Make PDFs more accessible
  • Don’t rely on automated tools for checking web accessibility
  • Bruce Maguire versus Sydney Organising Committee for the Olympic Games (SOCOG)
  • Introduce yourself to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
  • Use a Content Management System that helps you build an accessible website
  • Web Site Accessibility and Web Standards – Get More Visitors and Make More Money
  • Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2 (WCAG 2) translating from WCAG Speak to Jim Speak
  • Understanding colour contrast and accessibility
  • Nonprofit Organizations: Why use Facebook?
  • Are you aware of the Equality Act and BS 8878 2010 Web accessibility – Code of Practice?
  • Layout your forms using CSS instead of tables
  • Case Study: A New Website for British Disabled Angling Association (BDAA)
  • Web Accessibility Tip: Design For Machines First, People Second!
  • When a link falls at the end of a sentence put the full stop outside the anchor tag
  • Ensure links work when Javascript doesn’t
  • CSS accessibility: is markup dead?
  • Add structural meaning to simple image based headings
  • Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2 (WCAG 2) translating from WCAG Speak to Jim Speak
  • Expand your use of abbreviations and acronyms
  • Social Media Content That Engages
  • Some Ideas To Help You Create Your Brand via Twitter
  • British Standard 8878 Web Accessibility Code of Practice: a short summary
  • If my site is accessible will it still look good?
  • Free Website Accessibility Resources And Tools Page
  • Start with the assumption that you cannot predict the access needs of your audience
  • Lothian Centre for Inclusive Living accessible information award
  • HTML 4.01 will be around for a while yet
  • 10 Terrific Twitter Facts And Figures
  • Standard HTML and accessibility: an introduction
  • Introduce yourself to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
  • Integrating social networking tools and features into your website
  • Don’t try to control visitors to your site
  • Don’t use the statistics defence as a reason to exclude people from your content
  • Accessibility of audio and video content on the web
  • How to create accessible email
  • Client Feedback: Lothian Centre for Inclusive Living
  • Client Feedback: British Disabled Angling Association
  • Client feedback: Scottish Information Commissioner
  • Client Feedback: Get Connected and Lead
  • Client feedback: Scottish Accessible Information Forum
  • Client Feedback: Jisc TechDis
  • Client feedback: Council for Learning Resources in Colleges
  • All Accessibility Blog Posts

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