I just came across the Blogmarks.net piece, "Public marks with tag rsi." Nice
job! As a heads up, you linked to the article "Troubles musculo-squelettiques
(Repetitive Strain Injury)" on Climbtothestars.org which is not WC3 accessible
for people with serious physical disabilities. Websites like
Climbtothestars.org can't be accessibility compliant without sacrificing
design, interactivity and general user experience for visitors without
Accessibility website development and design is my specialty. 12.6% of
Americans have a serious disability: We need accessible website resources on
key disability-related topics.
I created a new website, Dopa, all about handwriting in an age of machines. My
comprehensive article about repetitive strain injury has the needed
accessibility html/code and design elements.
Would you mention the piece on the Blogmarks.net page as a resource for those
that rely on web accessibility? The URL is:
Accessible Web | Dopa