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The A11Y Project May 16
For Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2019 (), we have updated our checklist! Use it to help ensure everyone can use your website, regardless of their ability or circumstance.
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Bruno Scheele 🌺 May 16
Very happy to see devoting the entire Today page to on this Global Awareness Day!
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Google for Education May 16
On Global Accessibility Awareness Day—and everyday—our goal is to open doors to learning for more students, inclusive of ability. Our new partnerships & resources for educators are helping build accessible classrooms for all learners:
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Jill Houghton May 16
While we celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day today. Let us commit to empowering people with disabilities in the physical & digital world 365 days a year.
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Eduardo Meza-Etienne, MSc, MIM, CPACC May 17
Sightsavers’ Approach to Making Health Services Inclusive for Everyone via GAATES_GAN
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WordSesh May 22
“Users might be able to understand the user interface… is all the content clearly written? order of the page easy to understand and predictable?”
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Dianna Geers May 16
Have you downloaded any of the FREE YA audiobooks provided by ? Spill and Meet the Sky are this weeks reads. Celebrate by listening to one today.
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Alex Cook 30m
Designing products for people with disabilities has never been so important
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WordSesh May 22
“First step to ask yourself if there is any content the user can’t perceivable? Do I have captions to images/video? Is color the only way to convey meaning?"
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Lyndon Dunbar 21h
Mobile apps give the blind and visually impaired a new sense of freedom
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Holly Scott-Gardner May 16
did you know that a name with lots of emojis can be disruptive for ScreenReader users? A name like Holly 🐾🇬🇧🇪🇺✍🏻 reads to me as “Holly pawprints, flag of United Kingdom, flag of European union, hand with light skin tone writing with a pen.”
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Phase2 May 17
Yesterday, we shared four real-world scenarios for and how simple changes in technology and design can help alter someone's experience for the better. Read our guide to learn other ways that can standardize experiences for the benefit of all:
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Karine Joly May 22
Even if you hate PDF, it still is the best format for *some* official documents & forms. Complex PDF files are an accessibility nightmare - which is why session where he shares his process to friendly docs will save you a lot of time ⏰⏲⏱ Preview Day
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Codebrain Media 25m
Designers - please learn - we spend a LOT of client’s billable time redoing basic things like colors, contrasts, font weight/sizes - after designers have their designs approved by clients. Clients - bring your skilled devs in on design/branding early on in the game
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Lainey Feingold May 16
!! Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day. Gratitude to everyone around the world working to close the digital divide for disabled people by making all technology accessible to everyone. (hashtag for accessibility b/c there are 11 letters between the A and the Y
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David Bisset May 22
"Those with disabilities and 65+ older have alot of $$$ to spend, so you shouldn’t ignore this demographic."
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Eduardo Meza-Etienne, MSc, MIM, CPACC May 18
The Cerebral Palsy Foundation Launches New Universal Homes “Accessibility is Beautiful” Initiative via GAATES_GAN
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Easy Chirp May 24
Google Maps launches a 'wheelchair accessible' option for 6 cities
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3Play Media 15m
Here are a few tips for compliance
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Claire Gardener May 20
UK Government Digital Service have published a sample Accessibility statement
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