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ALT text and basic accessibility

Conference Proceeding
McEwan, T., & Weerts, B. (2007)
ALT text and basic accessibility. In D. Ramduny-Ellis, & D. Rachovides (Eds.), People and computers XXI : HCI-- but not as we know it : proceedings of HCI 2007, the 21st British HCI Group Annual Conference, 1-4
Recent surveys have shown that the majority of websites are not accessible. Despite legal obligations and the importance of the internet for disabled people, most websites fai...

A conference panel - but not as we know it!

Conference Proceeding
McEwan, T., England, D., O'Neill, E., Bryan-Kinns, N., & Finlay, J. (2007)
A conference panel - but not as we know it!. In D. Ramduny-Ellis, & D. Rachovides (Eds.), People and computers XXI : HCI-- but not as we know it : proceedings of HCI 2007, the 21st British HCI Group Annual Conference, University of Lancaster, UK, 3-7 September 2007, 1-2
This panel will take the form of a public debate about whether the conference of which it forms part has a future. Academic conferences are increasingly hard to cost-justify a...

E-procurement & the SME: challenges for Scotland.

Conference Proceeding
Dutra, I., Findlay, C., McGregor, M., & McEwan, T. (2006)
E-procurement & the SME: challenges for Scotland. In S. Krishnamurthy, & P. Isaías (Eds.), Proceedings of IADIS International Conference e-Commerce, 281-286
The growth of Internet use and subsequent uptake of e-commerce have significantly changed the business environment. Automation of procurement processes and functions has magni...

Digital Markets and UX: Case Studies in SFIA in Higher Education.

Conference Proceeding
McEwan, T. (2011)
Digital Markets and UX: Case Studies in SFIA in Higher Education
Two case studies are combined here, to illustrate generic challenges in embedding Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA) competency statements in higher education, in...

Digitally enabled.

Journal Article
McEwan, T. (2010)
Digitally enabled. ITNOW. 52, 8-9. doi:10.1093/itnow/bwq207. ISSN 1746-5702
Everyone has usability issues with mobile technology, so what is good practice for accessibility?