[games_access] IGDA Accessibility SIG CD: html front-end?

Jonathan Chetwynd j.chetwynd at btinternet.com
Sun Aug 13 15:35:20 EDT 2006


Reid

perhaps usability might help you understand my concerns.

I use os x, so many resources aren't appropriate.
the labels for directories provide minimal information as do the  
labels for files.

however this is obviously a group decision.

cheers

Jonathan Chetwynd



On 13 Aug 2006, at 18:53, Reid Kimball wrote:

Are you talking about the "Game Not Over" handout CD that we brought
to our GDC '06 tutorial? If so, I think it's fine the way it is
because it relys on the operating system to be accessible and making a
webpage will only complicate things. The CD is just a collection of
folders and files and depends on the users OS to make them accessible.
Anyone with a disability that uses a computer has obviously overcome
that accessibility barrier, or else they wouldn't be using a computer
at all.

-Reid

On 8/13/06, Jonathan Chetwynd <j.chetwynd at btinternet.com> wrote:
> IGDA Accessibility SIG CD: html front-end?
>
> I've just got around to reviewing the SIG CD for 2006 and whilst
> there are many resources present the interface is far less than
> accessible.
>
> I'd like to propose that we create an accessible html front end for
> the next cd, unless others have another concept...
>
> this could warrant a little further development at this stage.
>
> cheers
>
> Jonathan Chetwynd
>
> I also enjoyed Brighton, though I would have been even happier if
> people had kept to time.
> It makes a huge difference when one has met, however briefly.
>
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