blind_html Imagine Cup Contest

  • From: "Marvin Hunkin" <startrekcafe@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <blind_html@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2008 14:56:30 +1100

if any one is interested in this e-mail me privately via 
and will paste the following message below.
cheers Marvin.
well, did post on the forums on, in the web 
design, australia and mashup sections.
had no replies yet.
so was wondering, any students on this list, would maybe like me to form a 
team, or for me to join a team.
if this post is not on topic.
sorry, been a while since i reade the rules of this list.
but trying to keep on blindness and vision impairment.
so, if not on topic, then will take my question on another list.
so, what do you vips think.
do have it a current working demo version, but needs a lot of work, in the 
areas of design, as got frames at the moment, and from what i have read on 
w3c, that frames, are frowned upon for accessibility.
second, was thinking of revamping the interface, and so any programmers of 
say php, asp, or java script would come in handy.
to have a form, with combo boxes, and for the different section, have combo 
boxes, with text labels, and also rollover images, also.
and then when the user say clicks on the different combo boxes, four at 
least for region, country, disability and service, takes the user to that 
page with links to site on that page.
then have a second section called navigation with a heading, and have a 
combo box, to jump back to the current section, or to navigate to other 
areas of the website.
am i crazy, or do you have any other suggestions, which i would be happy to 
take on board.
this site has to work for sighted as well as users with disaibilities and 
also, work on multiple browsers, not just internet explorer.
so here's the invitation.
cheers Marvin. 

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