In April, the Department of Justice asked for feedback on how to regulate web accessibility in regards to the ADA — which is a follow-up from their last request way back in 2010 — and WebAIM rounds-out a solid list of recommendations essentially with “hurry up already.”
My argument today builds on a sense that digital humanities collections—archival and otherwise—are more likely to be taken by their users as memorializing, conservative, limited, and suggestive of a linear view of history than as problem-solving, branching, generative, non-teleological. This is a design problem.
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