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National Government Adapts Web Accessibility

National Government Adapts Web Accessibility

Mr. Al Alegre, Technical Consultant of ICT Office explains about the template migration.

A series of consultation meetings among members of the iGov Team led to the partial web adoption of all national government websites to Administrative Order 39, an order Mandating Government Agencies to Migrate to the Government Web Hosting Service (GWHS) OF THE Department of Science and Technology – ICTO (DOST-ICTO). Mr. Al Alegre, Technical Consultant of ICT Office explains about […]

Best Practices

Best Practices

These are collection of links and pages regarding disability in general and the benefits they could gain by making websites accessible to them. [sb_child_list] Share this:

December 12, 20120 comments
UN research recognizes Philippine web accessibility initiatives

UN research recognizes Philippine web accessibility initiatives

Screenshot of G3ICT Website

Screenshot of G3ICT Website The United Nations through the Global Initiative for Inclusive Information and Communications Technology (G3ICT) recognized the Philippine initiative as one of their identified best practices as highlighted in their White Paper research called “Web Accessibility Policy Making: An International Perspective,” (Revised Edition 2012). The paper was researched and edited by Nirmita Narasimhan of Centre for Internet […]

Web Accessibility Groups NOT Sharing their Best Practices with Designers? – Shared by Jojo Esposa Jr.

Web Accessibility Groups NOT Sharing their Best Practices with Designers? – Shared by Jojo Esposa Jr.

Jojo Esposa’s Shared Query >I got this from the GAWDS main web site and from the e-group. >After knowing that roughly three of top 100 web sites of every country >are accessible to persons with disabilities, the British Broadcasting >Company (BBC) through Mr. Mark Gristock is now accusing, >”Accessibility consultants and organisations for the disabled >clutch their knowledge of user […]

July 6, 20120 comments