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InteractionDesignOrg 3m
This week, learn more about and how you can create amazing for all users, especially for those with disabilities. ⠀⠀ Learn more by accessing the free articles on Accessibility in our literature page:
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iSoftStone 1m
What is Adobe Target and how can it help you in the world of digital transformation? How can iSoftStone help you use this new technology to make your website more accessible? Find out in our latest article on Adobe Target below!
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The Big Hack by Scope Oct 21
Did you know? Up to 1 in every 10 people in the UK has some degree of dyslexia.🧐 Despite this, the web needs of people with are often overlooked. Learn how to make your writing and web content more accessible with this guide.
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Haben Girma Oct 21
Curbside voting was the safest option for many disabled people. Today, the Supreme Court decided to block it. This is ableist! Disabled people shouldn't have to die to vote! I'm furious.
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Jon Kuperman Oct 25
I really love doing work.
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Swire Chinese Language Centre Birmingham Oct 22
Mid-Autumn festival theme#3, quizzes/riddles on a lantern! I am really proud of those students who can think of some great questions to quiz their friends! Students of all abilities were able to create some great lanterns&quizzes! !
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MSFT Accessibility Oct 24
"For many people with disabilities, options like remote working have been needed for years. Workplaces around the world have now made this shift. Are there other ways the world could become more accessible, too?”
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Disability:IN 19h
’s Business Ethics Leadership Alliance Community and Disability:IN are inviting Chief Accessibility Officers and other transformational business leaders to join us for an important conversation on .
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Jenny Lay-Flurrie Oct 22
Building accessible products takes a village, a village of people with disabilities. Listening to experts is the most important thing you can do... and something we work hard to do every day. Here's a little look behind the scenes..
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suzanne deveney 4m
PDFs will be almost impossible to eliminate, so at least know when and why to use them
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Johan Ramon 21h
Atkinson Hyperlegible Font: a new typeface – greater legibility and readability for low vision readers
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Carol-Ann Chafe Oct 23
Great presentation & applying in ALL designs. Those pics of staircases were scary examples of what we face. For me any of those would mean a fall cause of my balance issues,or if my left eye can't focus properly (happens alot), or vertigo 1/2
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MSFT Accessibility Oct 23
To build an inclusive culture, start with inclusive meetings. Learn tools and practices that can help make your next virtual meeting more inclusive and accessible for all:
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AccessAdvisr 18h
review and video to follow soon. Can you guess where I was today?
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AXSChat Oct 23
AXSChat Podcast with Rene Perkins from CityMaaS via
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Chris Boooooooosh!. Oct 20
We () are looking for developers with needs (visual, physical, or cognitive) to participate in a evaluation of an online software development portal/hub. The sessions are running on the on 2nd, 3rd, 4th of Nov and will run for a max of 90mins
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VisualSitemaps Oct 19
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Shelly Bean Oct 25
Keep advocating for change and on the 30th anniversary of We see you playing Mason!
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Julie Moynat Oct 23
I've just published a long list of articles and videos about the truth on web overlays: Feel free to share and contribute!
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Chris Slane Oct 21
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