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A day of talks and networking exploring accessibility for gamers with disabilities, hosted by the IGDA'S accessibility SIG.
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Erin Hawley May 9
I was featured in today, along with and . It was an honor!
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Erin Hawley May 11
Video designers and developers who made games with in mind - please get in touch! I want to write about and play your games.
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Ben Bayliss May 7
When I first heard The Division 2 included ASL it was exciting! But then I learned that the language was locked away from the players... PCGamesN let me write a piece about this. We reached out to Ubisoft, and I spoke with several people about it. Here it is.
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Indie Game Jams May 8
Jam starting: - The Videogame Accessibility Game Jam
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Brannon Zahand May 10
The program just launched their new initiative aimed at educating Ambassadors on game so they can spread that information to other members of the Live community!
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GA Conference May 11
Our videos from are in editing! We can’t wait to share the presentations from our amazing speakers this year. Stay tuned for more details. 👍
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GA Conference Mar 24
Post-event surveys are in your inboxes, we would love to know your thoughts!
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GA Conference Mar 19
If you're looking for event accessibility our live captions were provided by and our ASL interpreting by . We highly recommend them both!
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GA Conference Mar 18
is a wrap! TY all who attended. Every year gets better & better. Feel free to reach out to any of the volunteers for questions &/or talks for next year. We.can’t.wait.
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GA Conference Mar 18
Katy Jo from celebrates & the mission to bring joy through gaming. Let’s continue to work together to make those experiences as accessible as possible. 🎮♿️
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Ian Hamilton Mar 18
Announcement #2 from ! Platform agnostic speech <-> text transcription courtesy of
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Nikki Crenshaw Mar 18
Players with disabilities want to play the same games as everyone else, says her greatest fear is telling a client "you can't play this game" because the accessibility features won't allow her client to play successfully.
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GA Conference Mar 18
. shares his mission: continue to discover ways to make all areas of gaming therapeutic. 🎮♿️
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Erik S Johnson Mar 18
Yours truly and the amazing @KaitlynJones_ are starting in about 45 here at the 2019 ! Will be talking about all things , , and the therapeutic use of in
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GA Conference Mar 18
.@KaitlynJones_ shares how accessibility helps injured people recover through the joy of playing games. ♿️🎮
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GA Conference Mar 18
As a developer, when designing a game to be accessible, ask yourself these questions: ♿️🎮
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Adriane Kuzminski Mar 18
“There is more to than a features list.” — ⁦⁩ from ⁦⁩ talking about game at .
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Adriane Kuzminski Mar 18
Chris Palmer from ⁦⁩ talks about text-to-speech & speech-to-text in game chat with Azure networking and PlayFab Party at .
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GA Conference Mar 18
. is here to talk all things Adaptive Controller! 🎮♿️
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Adriane Kuzminski Mar 18
“We need to not only make our products , we need to make every aspect accessible. Not just the marketing, the end game options, but the physical space where you have an event.” — ⁦⁩ at .
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