by Mike Gifford, OpenConcept.ca
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Photo of a prairie walk in Boulder County. Deep blue sky with orange fields. An open, close to empty landscape.
Picture of a woman balancing on one hand. She can do this now, but not always.
An old picture of a family that both indicates aging in people, but also technology. This black/white photo has three generations of a family with different levels of ability.
A fire truck and ambulance at the scene of an accident in Atlanta with a Corona truck. We can all become disabled.
A photo of a cemetary sign that says 'Thou shalt not park here'. It's a rules based approach to a particular technology.
Picture of a smiling guy wearing binocular glasses and demonstrating the use of AT. Who can percieve the site?
A black/white photo of a man in a wheelchair using a smart phone. He's sitting in an alcove under a set of stairs. There is the operability of the physical space that he is in but also the virtual space.
The meetings of the UNCED Earth Summit of the United Nations in Brazil in June of 1992. The UN's Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities may well have looked similar (although likely a lot smaller).
A crumbling Doorway in Greece. Old dis-repaired wall is all that remains against a very blue ocean & light blue sky.
Photo of a well travelled metal surface with the note 'Confined space category 3, Follow code of practice'. Checkboxes can be done once but practices are things that are ongoing behaviors.
Photo of a Wendy Chisholm making a presentation about an Inclusive Universe. The slide she is presenting says 'not a wheelchair', it is stairs that make a building inaccessibile. She is a co-author of Universal Design for Web Applications.
Photo by a core Drupal developer with a Drupal mug and a bunch of blue lego men/women. These are the building blocks for an accessible site.
Macro photo of a keyboard with a plastic overlay. It is one of the first AT devices I'd ever seen in a friend of mine with Cerebral Palsy.
I took this photo at a DrupalCon SF BoF and it includes Everett Zufelt, Kevin Miller & John Foliot.
This is a photo of a Birds of a Feather session on accessibility at DrupalCon SF.
Photo of a man with a headset watching a monitor. In front of the monitor is a high contrast keyboard that helps some people with vision problems.
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