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Deque Systems 2h
As developers, we have a responsibility to make our applications not only usable by the people who use them, but also to avoid infringing on their rights. Let’s talk about what this can mean for us and our users. by
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Amy Jensen Dec 10
Adding to your images is sometimes confusing. Check out this awesome alt text decision tree to make it a bit easier the next time you add an image to something.
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A11YTalks 2h
Next Tues!! 9am ET December's - Inclusive Digital Products: Why Web Matters Does your website create an inclusive or exclusive environment for users? Let's have a conversation and find out! Join Kara Gaulrapp from
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Roel Van Gils 46m
Oh, did we mention itsme® is a registered brand? To screenreader users, this sounds like "itsme registered sign" or "itsme geregistreerd merk" (NL) every single time :) But where's the logo? It would make more sense to show that, I think.
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volkswagenchick (she/her) 23m
Join us next Tuesday for last of the year!! Kara Gaulrapp from will discuss Inclusive Digital Products: Why Web Matters Link to prezo meetup room:
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Smart Cities Library™ 1h
A3 Technology can be a tool for the public good as long as and only if it's inclusive, barrier-free, accessible () and usable by ALL populations including people with disabilities, seniors and other people that face access and inclusion barriers.
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Web Axe 28m
Terrific! "The Accessibility Elves"
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FeLiz Navidad Dec 10
Hey twitter, can anyone recommend a good resource to learn about the history of the accessible internet? For instance, learning who created aria, who's responsible for making HTML screen read-able, how the WCAG guidelines came to be, major case law in internet accesibility.
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zeldman Dec 10
“HTML is accessible by default. It’s our job not to screw it up.” on why she begins in markup, creating a page that will work for everyone (even folks whose device does not support CSS or JavaScript).
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Alex Carlson 2h
Demoed some VR at Gillette children's hospital yesterday! ♥️♥️
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Pete Aylward | @peteaylward@mastodon.social Dec 9
Don’t alt for the sake of alt.
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Web Axe Dec 11
Two Working Drafts Published by the and Learning Disabilities Accessibility Task Force Comments welcome thru 14 January.
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(っ◔◡◔)っ ♥ AccessibleGamer ♥ 19h
I just had an idea: The Xbox Adaptive Controller having software that allows us to choose how we send signals (as gamepad button presses versus keystrokes) when using with a PC, create macros (so we can do more with a single switch), game profiles we can switch through, etc
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3Play Media Dec 10
In the free webinar, "No Learner Left Behind: Designing and Delivering Accessible Learning Programs," you'll learn about all aspects of creating an accessible learning program that is also Section 508 compliant and more. [REGISTER]
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SteveALee Dec 11
Happy 10th Birthday WCAG 2.0 -
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André Demers Dec 3
Michael Wernick Giving closing remarks at
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Hassell Inclusion 25m
We've 2 more books of book "Including Your Missing 20" to give away this week. Simply RETWEET this post for a chance to win. T&Cs
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Kate Sonka Dec 10
Say hello to my little friend 👋 Arrived just in time for the next recording of the Teach With Care pod that I cast along with & . If you like the deep tones of my voice, , and hot dog commentary this is the thing for you: .
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SteveALee 24h
The APA working Group Announces Pronunciation Task Force <>
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Ryan Wells 23h
A good reminder that if something isn’t found in the WCAG, it doesn’t mean it’s not important. is more than guidelines, it’s about inclusion.
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