In light of ongoing discussion regarding a new professionalism for Web designers and developers, it’s clear that some people still don’t get it: XML, XHTML, CSS, ECMAScript, Accessibility, WaSP, W3C — what do they all have in common?
Web standards that reduce the cost and complexity of development and increase the usability and lifespan of sites published on the Web. That’s what!
In an interview with Accessify’s Ian Lloyd, Accessibility: The gloves come off, Andy Clarke delivers a strong message that truly needs to be heard:
“Those people still delivering nested table layout, spacer gifs or ignoring accessibility can no longer call themselves web professionals.”
Resistance is futile!