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Rae, is a cyberpunk 🤖 May 18
Replying to @cherryrae
Days like not only help to make people aware of the need for accessibility, it helps them understand it, build empathy etc but you know what else??? It refuels those of us that are constantly striving and working hard to advocate and educate and that is 🙌 thank you
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Jane Hartman Adamé May 17
Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day and we are proud to show off our beautiful menstrual cup designed with accessibility at the forefront. Our looped pullstring stem makes the Keela Cup easier to use for more people. This is how we are
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melissa malzkuhn May 18
Beyond thrilled about Apple bringing swift (coding) curriculum to my proud alma mater California School for the Deaf in Fremont. This will inspire new generations to get involved in creative thinking!
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The Invisible Vision Project May 17
It’s a little late but, happy Global Accessibility Awareness Day! Accessibility makes the world a better place for all abilities!
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Michael Hansen May 18
The coolest thing for me about Apple's Everyone Can Code announcement is that Everyone Can Code will be available through ! This makes accessible coding available to blind people outside the K-12 education system.
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Gavin Neate May 17
A massive shout out to live subtitle providers who throughout at and then in the evening at at proved that it is possible to have both quality and quantity. Superb effort team.
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Kathryn E. Campbell Jul 22
friends, I need your help! What are the best blogs, conferences & other resources you recommend to digital designers to help them improve the accessibility of their designs?
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Michael Austin Sui May 17
Today was a good day on the team—we onboarded new hires to screen readers, designers & devs collaborated on sketching new focus indicators for our , & we screened videos from & artist .
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Jenny Lay-Flurrie May 17
And that’s a wrap.. for today. Phew, what a great day! Thanks for all the encouragement, comments and questions. Till tomorrow :)
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Anthony Martins May 18
I want congratulate the team behind accessibility in Origins for the full remapping and many toggles instead of hold. It made such a difference it's hard to explain. You turned impossible into enjoyable for me. Thank you.
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Philipp Amann Aug 5
Great opportunity to speak on national TV about our work & cooperation with industry and other partners, particularly in relation to credit card fraud and the airline industry
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Toufic Sbeiti May 17
Thanks to for organizing tonight's event in Ottawa and to for hosting us. It was great to meet new people passionate about and hear about the work , and do for accessibility
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Marcy Sutton May 17
We're all set up at Expedia Seattle and ready to go for the edition of Global Accessibility Awareness Day! Excited to hear group introductions and our 4 fabulous talks! 🙌
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Damian *Ubi⭐️_Player* Damo_kb8 May 18
Wise words by the Legend himself: Yves Guillemot “we must provide a positive and long-lasting gaming experience to all players, regardless of their physical or mental condition” Great article by Featuring:
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Rae, is a cyberpunk 🤖 May 18
Another busy day for me but I’m still hearing about amazing things that happened for this year’s Global Accessibility Awareness Day and as said, ugh is it good for the soul. Much 💙 for everyone that’s working to move accessibility forward
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Luis Garcia May 18
Did what I love most for yesterday. Attended a designer networking event and talked to so many random non-accessibility folk about what we do. Luckily I still have a voice after talking for hours.
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Truant Pixel May 18
2MD’s PSVR release includes new accessibility options: Route colors can be customized for those with impaired color acuity. The game can be played sitting (w/ adjustable height) for those unable to stand. VR comfort measures also minimize motion sickness.
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Steve Price May 17
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AudioEye, Inc. May 21
Global Accessibility Awareness Day may be over, but at AudioEye we’re all about digital accessibility all year long. Learn more in this video about why we do what we do to make the digital world more accessible, and more usable, for more people:
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Susie Sahim May 17
Try going mouseless for an hour today so you can experience the web as those with motor impairments do!
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