In the HTML 5 Working Group, there is a massive amount of discussion around accessibility concerns and features. We have discussed that the vast majority of HTML authors completely ignore the existing options in HTML 4 to make Web pages accessible for disabled users. But if you ask any developer, I'm sure they will tell you that accessibility is a concern.
It's true that some applications simply cannot be made accessible for disabled users. For example, a blind person will never be able to play a first person shooter game.
So, behind the screen of an anonymous poll here on TechRepublic, let's find out how many of you actively work to put accessibility into your applications.
Related Topics:Developer Mobility Tech & Work CXO Software Hardware Smart Persons Guides
Justin James is the Lead Architect for Conigent.