Ian Lloyd founded Accessify.com, a web accessibility site, back in 2002 and has been a member of the Web Standards Project since 2003, where he is part of the Accessibility Task Force. He has written or co-authored a number of books on the topic of standards-based web design/development, most recently co-authoring on Pro CSS for Apress. He lives in Swindon, UK, a place best known for its ‘Magic Roundabout‘ and Doctor Who’s Billie Piper. (It’s not all bad, though.)
Articles by Ian Lloyd
13 12/2006 Revealing Relationships Can Be Good Form
Ian Lloyd labels up and ships out a tip for improving the usability of form labels. Whilst checking the labels on the gifts under your tree, why not take some time out to check the labels on your forms and see where it might be appropriate to add some extra touches.
Ian Lloyd looks at how DOM Scripting can help out with an uncomfortable accessibility issue. Form field labels can be tricky to implement in some cases, but with a little ingenuity Ian demonstrates how a balance can be struck.