Pardon the title of this posting, but apparently, it did get your attention. I held an informal training program a few years ago about how to create PowerPoint presentations that were engaging, accessible and professional-looking. I decided to make my point more dramatic by showing a couple of clips of videos created by professional comedian, Don McMillan on the theme… Continue Reading Presentations that don’t suck
So, after about eight years I have decided to move away from using Joomla as the development suite for jebswebs and use WordPress for our new home. I’ve maintained this as my blog for almost that same entire time, but all of the business side of things were over on the Joomla site. Well, effectively immediately, we have moved to… Continue Reading Our new home is finished…well kinda
We can just about guarantee that any public school building in America is accessible to people with physical disabilities and limitations. Since the Americans with Disabilities Act passed in 1990, just about every public building in the U.S. has been at least retrofitted to accommodate those with disabilities. Curb-cuts, ramps, mechanical door openers, elevators, and even Braille signs are commonly… Continue Reading Is your public school accessible?