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Nancy Kawaja Jul 15
Hey when you're sharing and tweeting this week please try to use feature for descriptive images so that those who use screen readers can learn and experience your posts too!
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Sara Luterman Jul 15
This isn’t the kind of content I expect to see from . As a disabled fan who’s been a regular reader for over a decade, I’m really happy to see it. I’m also excited Serious Eats is going to be upping their / game.
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Luis Garcia Jul 14
Who would want a 10x engineer when you could have a11y engineers?
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Lainey Feingold Jul 17
“Get over it — accessibility is not optional”. at conference .
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@heydon@mastodon.social Jul 17
Periodic reminder: don't set your font sizes in `px`. At all. Ever. It still suppresses the ability to resize text in browser settings.
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Alex Tait 👩🏼‍💻 Jul 17
👋🏼 I'm officially looking for my next opportunity! I'm already in the process with a few great companies but thought it wouldn't hurt to share publicly. Based in Toronto and open to remote. I'm a frontend dev obsessed with and . Real D&I is very important to me. DM me 😃
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Tatiana Mac 🇪🇸 Jul 13
RT if you promise to: 🖼 Turn on alt text for images (Settings > Accessibility > Compose image descriptions), then use them! 💃🏼 Append alt text to gifs in tweet body. “Alt: [concise desc]” 🎨 Test profile theme colours for contrast 🔡 Use screenshots for ASCII memes
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WordCamp Boston 4h
It's not up to WordPress to make the web accessible, it's up to us! ✊
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Lireo Designs Jul 20
Not a designer or developer? You have lots of options to make your content more accessible by: 1. Using headings 2. Writing short paragraphs 3. Writing short sentences 4. Using plain language
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Codekitten 2h
So, today I can finally reveal what I've been working on as I've gotten permission to Open Source it from the studio. Everyone, meet Colorblind Accessibility Tool. It allows for project-wide CVD settings without the need for Post Process LUTs
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Julianna Rowsell Jul 17
Today I got some stellar news. It erases the pure suck of my morning. Morning: I was rear ended just before the Alexandria Bridge at a fairly high rate of speed. I'm sore, but okay. Afternoon: I received my admission to to complete my masters in !
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Eduardo Meza-Etienne, MSc, MIM, CPACC Jul 20
The Best Free Background Noise Generators for Working, Gaming, and Studying
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Eduardo Meza-Etienne, MSc, MIM, CPACC 17h
'Hearing my new voice for the first time'
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Kathryn Brookshier 🎙 4h
Impressed that is making is easy to add alt text to images! Haven't seen this before; kudos to the team making this possible.
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3Play Media Jul 18
ACCESS is for the accessibility enthusiast. Whether you already have a video accessibility initiative at your organization or not, you'll leave empowered, motivated, and prepared to create a more universe-a11y accessible world.
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Eric Hoose Jul 19
The real curse of getting better at as a developer is that you notice accessibility issues in websites you visit more often and it will drive you crazy
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Megan Hammond Jul 13
Video game moment. Playing Heavy Rain & a phone ringed resulting in a NPC telling me to answer it. I didn't hear the ringing & didn't understand NPC's instructions but the screen split showing the phone onscreen let me piece it together.
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KeKe La Home Fries Jul 14
Please don't use special fonts on Twitter y'all they break screen readers
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Neil Milliken 10h
Find a personal connection to needs no matter who you speak to CEO or otherwise disability is part of the human condition.
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Michael Hazani 3h
sets a bar for design
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