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Annie 🦄⚡ 11m
🚀 3 Tips for Better Forms ALIGNMENT Be consistent with related blocks. LABELS User should be able to see labels at all times. Word choice matters. Use placeholders to communicate expected input. ICONS Use to reduce cognitive load & visually communicate info.
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Rebecca Cokley Jul 30
. this is unacceptable. We really need this feature to remain.
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Daniel Yong Jul 30
YouTube is removing their community contributions feature that allows viewers to add captions because of reported problems including “spam, abuse, and low quality submissions”. This is not okay. Instead of fixing them, they are removing the entire feature. A THREAD 👇🏻
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Kelli Suding Jul 30
Using Canvas? Check out playlist to Create Accessible Content in Canvas. She has it broken down in easy access 2 sections Accessibility should be in the forefront at ALL times for ALL students...even within your LMS.
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inclusivedesign24.org 6h
Save the date... returns on 17 September 2020, with another packed 24+ hours of accessibility and inclusive design presentations ... absolutely free. The final schedule is now online, so head over to for more details.
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PUXL Accessibility {🌐} 7h
Tomorrow will start our crowdfunding pre-campaign. Stay tuned if you want to create the universal Web with us!
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Sarah Bradberry Aug 1
How to Write Image Alt Text for Craft Websites, including social media.
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Olu Jul 26
Web / folks: Would anyone be interested on creating a detailed history of web accessibility with me? Would love to interview people, dig through some emails, and work out where it all started! 🙂 Other disabled people to the front of course!
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John Kalkanli 😷 2h
A design for uniquely abled passengers that is accessible to all residing in ! Also, a great experience for global visitors, who travel to this golden city! Thanks to 🇹🇷
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Andrew Pulrang Jul 31
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Neil Milliken 52m
Changing the point at which accessibility is addressed in the procurement process so that it is an upfront requirement will reduce both difficulty and cost of achieving and maintaining it. Alt = Quote
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PUXL Accessibility {🌐} Jul 29
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Lisa Riemers Aug 2
This is hands-down the best guide to writing good, descriptive, contextual alt text I've ever read thanks for sharing
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Knowbility 8m
Tomorrow at 2PM CDT! K12 Toolkit Tuesdays continues. Session Two features our student panelists demonstrating how they use Assistive Technologies they referred to last week. Register on Eventbrite:
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Daniel Yong Jul 30
Replying to @dnlyong
YouTube has had this problem with “Craptions” for a long time, even Pewdiepie turned his community captions off back in Aug 2019. They added commentary, unnecessary opinions or promoted spam in captions, resulting in lower quality contributions.
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The Paciello Group Jul 31
This handy browser extension for Chrome reminds you to add descriptions for images before tweeting them; great stuff!
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Brannon Zahand Jul 28
Very excited to be working with who is working with our Gaming Accessibility Team to help us tackle a mountain of accessibility documentation opportunities, including new videos and updates to our Xbox Accessibility Guidelines! She's amazing!
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David Moot Jul 26
This is beautiful to watch and exactly why every digital product should be 100% accessible out of the box
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The A11Y Project Aug 2
Know of a good accessibility-related resource? Check out our contributing guidelines!
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OneAccessibility 16h
Although the 2020 Olympics has been shifted, we are highlighting the Paralympics to showcase some games and individuals making impact in the Olympiad. Kashif starts with swimming. (link in bio) Tell us if you have ever been to the Olympics.
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