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Damon Muma 20m
Hey core team.. what about a sprint? 🤔
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Derek Featherstone Feb 11
If you're a leader in the web profession, I'm politely asking that if you're posting images of things on twitter, please add a text equivalent. People look up to you as an example of "how to twitter" and "how to web"
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Michael T Lombardi 7h
Doing a bit of googling, advice re: for actual maps seems to be representing the information in a more familiar way - tables, maybe? Gonna keep digging around.
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Neil Milliken 4h
It’s an exciting time to work in : New technologies are emerging that are capable of creating a more inclusive world.
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Robert Carr Feb 14
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Lireo Designs 1h
Make it easy for users to read your web content. Choose a text color that has good color contrast against the background color.
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Thea Kurdi 11h
: Areas of Refuge (Rescue) - Asked again today to help explain equity for people with so I sent one of my favourite explanations from Rath Communications .
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Lireo Designs 4h
Accessible content removes barriers that prevent people with disabilities from accessing online content. Adding a non-decorative image to a page? Add alternative text to the image or in text adjacent to the image.
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Abin Roy Choudhury 17h
is presenting Accessibility in Practice - A series of small talks/ showcase, where will talk about accessibility in practice at Summit 2019 - Microsoft AI for Good Initiative at India Habitat Center.
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suecodes 10h
Started a new online course in Web Accessibility by Google on which is a good start if you want to make your web apps accessible to all. I may be deaf but I'm no expert on all things (not yet!) 1st lesson done, 5 more to go.
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Michael Janger Feb 11
NYC's inaccessible subway system
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Jeffrey Stark 1h
Replying to @marcysutton
the interesting thing is that apple fails basic color contrast in all kinds of places including the red color they picked for error messages
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Roman Seidelsohn Feb 15
Now that I am farsighted, I miss the once-popular "increase font size" icons on (now mobile) websites.
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Lady Violet 3h
I ask regarding features for players
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Greg Stilson 2h
Replying to @ricky_enger
Equal access for all food groups. That's where I'm at.
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Bruno Stasse Feb 15
Is there a way to associate text elements placed within different parents (for visual purpose) so that a screen reader would consider them as one element? Eg, associating the em: <p> <em>Good </em> <span><em>morning</em> Tom!</span> </p>
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R Kingett 4h
My advocacy team is gonna try to tackle Twitch so if you have any leads or information, send it to team@accessmedia.groups.io. Contact names, numbers, and threads of past conversations help a lot.
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R Kingett 8h
When will improve their desktop . Keyboard does not keep focus when editing stories, and more.
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Mark Wilcock 4h
Nearly 1 in 7 people are disabled. An estimated 1 billion people are disabled (WHO) that’s about 15% of the world's population.
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Mark Wilcock 48m
On avg spend $45 bil a year can your business afford to exclude this customer base? Be accessible src:
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