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amanda ptolomey 20h
Excellent blog from the brilliant highlighting the impact of protests which do not consider disabled people. Does your activism take action on accessibility?
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Mike Stern Apr 11
New guidance for Apple platforms in the HIG! apps best practices; enhancing the VoiceOver UX; making appearance and motion effects more accessible; guidance for gestures, haptics, controls, text, color, content and more!
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Peggy Johnson Apr 17
“It’s much easier to start building inclusively from day one, rather than trying to backtrack or shoehorn it in later on down the line.” Great advice for startups from and
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Samantha Evans Apr 16
I'm dumbfounded that I can contact more than 30 companies that serve the non-profit world in the US and not one of them knows what accessibility means, what WCAG is, and why it should be on their radar. We have so much work ahead of us.
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MSFT Accessibility 8h
Check out this complete guide on how to navigate Microsoft’s built-in screen reader, Narrator.
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Carol-Ann Chafe 3h
Another day doing what I love this time at Fun being part event planning team (details to come) And then our Advisory Committee meet thats always interesting & informative in the good company of the other member such as
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Caroline Cranfill Apr 14
Check out this new section of the Human Interface Guidelines dedicated to for Apple platforms!
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Heather Moorefield-Lang Apr 12
In the future, When I propose a conf. session, I will check to see if mics are provided in the tech list. If not, I will contact conf. assoc/planners about mics. No mics!? I will withdraw proposal. I’m theatrically trained, I’m loud, but mics are for the audience.
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Canucks Autism Network 3h
🐻🇨🇦 Thank you to for your participation in the CAN Tour!
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Accessibility Chicago 4h
“There are things to think about in terms of speech when your’e thinking about access [no voice technology]. For example, when you’re thinking about different regions. You need to think about, ‘what kinds of accents am I going to run into?’”
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Lübes 10h
Anika from GDS Accessibility created log in accounts on laptops where the disability was simulated in that machine’s user account. Not always possible to show the actual scenario but could be comparable to the difficulty.
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Steve Robinson 1h
Every Podcast begins with a voice montage and has a complete transcript for . The opener for Episode 5 is fun, especially when pushes back at a friend: "And I was just like--Dude!" LOL!! Episode 5 drops next week.
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Accessibility Chicago 4h
“[When thinking about cognitive access to voice technology] if they’re super drunk or stoned, you need to have something that is as clear as possible. If you have something like a pizza app, that’s something you need to think about!” —
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Pacific ADA Center Apr 17
Wednesday Win! Four examples of accessible door handles or pulls. The ADA says that door handles or pulls must be operable with a closed fist without tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist.
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Ontario Accessibility Apr 16
The requires employers to inform their employees of policies that support people with disabilities in the workplace. The Notification Tool contains info to help employers fulfil this obligation. Check it out at:
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MIT Museum Apr 16
Wednesday's "Accessible Technology" event will bring together over a dozen organizations that are working to making the world more inclusive. Join us from 1-4p!
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David Watson, CPWA 4h
Hey , where can I find information about the of your product, and the output it produces? Your "App Accessibility" page is about uptime, not accessibility. Thanks!
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HANDICARE 16h
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Accessibility Chicago 4h
“There’s also pace. For example, someone who may not see are able to understand audio information much more quickly. [...] commands like spread it up please, or slow it down, ensure that people are able to customize it to their needs.” —
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Lübes 9h
Albinism affects hair, skin, no depth perspective, sensitive to bright light, rapid eye movement. Eye surgery, fake tan and general self consciousness.
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