• Code in action: Closing the black box of WCAG 2.0, A Latourian reading of Web accessibility

    David published a paper in the journal, First Monday, in 2015, entitled ‘Code in action: Closing the black box of WCAG 2.0, A Latourian reading of Web accessibility’. Abstract: The focus of much academic work on […]

     
  • A framework for accessible m-government implementation

    David published a paper with his (then) PhD student, in the journal, Electronic Government, an International Journal, in 2010, entitled, ‘A framework for accessible m-government implementation’ Abstract: The great popularity and rapid diffusion of mobile technologies […]

     
  • Disability and Discourses of Web Accessibility

    David published a paper in the journal, Information Communication and Society, in 2009, entitled, ‘Disability and Discourses of Web Accessibility’. Abstract: Much of the World Wide Web remains inaccessible or difficult to access by people across […]

     
  • Earlier Presentations

    David began presenting at international conferences in 2005, shortly after gaining his first Lectureship, in the Information Systems Institute, and the Information Systems, Organisations and Society Research Centre, which he joined in 2004. Kreps, D (2009) […]

     
  • User Testing is Not a Luxury

    David published a paper in the journal Electronic Markets – The International Journal in 2008, entitled ‘User Testing is Not a Luxury’. Abstract: Companies need to address Web Accessibility with more than just professional standards of code writing, […]

     
  • eDiscimination in the North West

    In 2006 Dr Kreps was awarded over £80k by the European Social Fund to undertake a research project entitled “Combating eDiscrimination in the North West.” David’s input into this project, as well as writing the […]

     
  • Failing the Disabled Community?: The Continuing Problem of Web Accessibility

    David published a chapter in the book, Advances in Universal Web Design, in 2006, entitled ‘Failing the Disabled Community?: The Continuing Problem of Web Accessibility’. Abstract: The focus of this chapter is Web accessibility for disabled people, given that […]

     
  • Web Accessibility: A Digital Divide for the Disabled?

    David published a chapter in the book, Social Inclusion: Societal & Organizational Implications for Information Systems, in 2006, which was the proceedings of the IFIP8.2 conference of that year, entitled: ‘Web Accessibility: A Digital Divide […]

     
  • Enabling or Disabling Technologies?: A Critical Approach to Web Accessibility

    David published a paper in the journal Information Technology and People, in 2006, entitled, ‘Enabling or Disabling Technologies?: A Critical Approach to Web Accessibility’. Abstract: Purpose – The purpose of this article is to analyse the continuing problem […]