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Michele A. Williams, PhD
Helping companies end “de-scoping accessibility” through training and implementation advice -
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Michele A. Williams, PhD Nov 18
Replying to @codeability @webflow
Congrats team!!
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Michele A. Williams, PhD Nov 17
I'm in Vogue! Well, that is, I am featured in an article for Vogue Italia based on my graduate work on "Fashion for the Blind". This is in Italian but is titled, "Beauty for those who cannot see".
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The A11Y Project Nov 11
"These are the five most annoying inaccessible web elements I face as a blind screen reader user every day, and how to fix them."
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Michele A. Williams, PhD Nov 2
Looking forward to the chat, !
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Michele A. Williams, PhD Oct 21
Replying to @codeability
💜💜💜 That's all I can say...
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Michele A. Williams, PhD Oct 21
Thanks for featuring my Web Accessibility Intro video in your awesome resource recap!
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Michele A. Williams, PhD Oct 21
Been meaning to post that I created a short intro to Web video a little while back. Often introducing in an attainable way is the first step/hurdle to getting it implemented. Captioned and transcribed.
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Michele A. Williams, PhD Oct 21
Replying to @EphraimGopin
Wow, thank you so much, Ephraim!!
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Michele A. Williams, PhD Oct 21
Replying to @merrierm
I’m a little late but wanted to send you big congratulations and say it is well-deserved!
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Michele A. Williams, PhD Oct 15
Thanks for having us, ! Captioned version of our presentation that breaks down best practices for your low vision users.
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The A11Y Project Oct 12
Our newest featured resource is Introduction to Web Accessibility, by . You can learn more about it here:
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Michele A. Williams, PhD Sep 23
Ha! Thank you so much for having me and I’m so glad it was helpful!
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inclusivedesign24.org Sep 18
2020 may be over, but the team's been hard at work tidying things up (following our slight technical hitches). The schedule page for the event now has all the YouTube links to the individual talks
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Michele A. Williams, PhD Sep 17
Replying to @stommepoes
Yes, I realized this right after. Have no idea why I did that and I’ll have to put a comment on the video to correct that. Such a “d’oh” moment - and of course I said it like 5 million times....🤦🏽‍♀️
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Michele A. Williams, PhD Sep 17
Replying to @stommepoes
Oh shucks! Well thanks for the support as always. You were one of the inspirations for the content so *whenever* you get a chance to view I hope you like and approve. ☺️
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Michele A. Williams, PhD Sep 16
Replying to @rahmaut
Thanks for the boost and for joining us!
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Amy Carney Sep 16
Thank you, thank you for this presentation!!! I feel seen, and appreciate the information you've shared to the rest of the world. I'll be sharing this archived link to SO MANY people.
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Michele A. Williams, PhD Sep 16
Replying to @aardrian
That's our slides - haha! Thanks again to everyone on the committee - some bumps but you're making it work!
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Michele A. Williams, PhD Sep 16
Thank you so much for this feedback and we are really glad this impacted you in such a positive way!
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Michele A. Williams, PhD Sep 16
starts in just a few hours including our talk in the 4th spot. Hope you will check this out and tell a colleague or two! Free, no registration, on YouTube, captioned!
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