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amanda ptolomey Apr 18
Excellent blog from the brilliant highlighting the impact of protests which do not consider disabled people. Does your activism take action on accessibility?
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Mike Stern Apr 11
New guidance for Apple platforms in the HIG! apps best practices; enhancing the VoiceOver UX; making appearance and motion effects more accessible; guidance for gestures, haptics, controls, text, color, content and more!
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Mike Tholfsen Apr 13
NEW! Real-time captioning and translation 🌎 is now rolling out to PowerPoint Online 🎉 (First Release ring) Built-in, compliant, works on PC, Mac, Chromebook, and any other browser See video below 👇
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Access Your Life 1m
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Caroline Cranfill Apr 14
Check out this new section of the Human Interface Guidelines dedicated to for Apple platforms!
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Samantha Evans Apr 16
I'm dumbfounded that I can contact more than 30 companies that serve the non-profit world in the US and not one of them knows what accessibility means, what WCAG is, and why it should be on their radar. We have so much work ahead of us.
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Please Touch Museum 6h
Would you like to take a quiet break? Look for our two daily Quiet Zones filled with with sensory toys including a rain stick, rainbow scarves, and a weighted snake. Pro tip: Ask admissions about our quiet kits.
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Stephen Eustace 14m
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claudiaalick 9h
Replying to @claudiaalick
I was asking more about process and expecting an answer like- “We ask folks about access needs on the application and make accommodations” or “we’re designed to have universal access.” This is their communication. Is this welcoming to disabled writers?
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DistractedGlowb 4h
I saw a tweet asking what measures you wish places had more of. Today I went to a store which was , but I really wish they had had benches or chairs to sit on. I sat on a low counter instead. Also, LET CASHIERS SIT DOWN you monsters
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Michael George 9h
Who could have dreamt this would be possible after being told he’d never walk, talk or go to school? His name is BEN, that’s who! Impossible is not part of his vocabulary.
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IWA Apr 18
Well done to the members and staff of Irish Wheelchair Association Kilkenny community centre who got involved in the "Back in 5" campaign this week! And huge thank you to the local council and Gardaí who supported the campaign.
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😴lil tired darling💤 4h
I have a new grab bar in my shower! Thanks to my awesome father in law who installed it. I've used a shower bench for 3 years but this bar will add an extra layer of safety.
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Lindsey Fishback 6h
I speak for the whole group when I say we learned so much from the . Our group loved learning from you and all the small group interaction. you are indeed an inspiration to many as a change-maker with and Ally
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Samwise Gamegee 11h
Thanks for nothing, . I need to ask about seats for a concert I was given tix to as a gift. Their numbers all route to ; can’t get a human. The only relevant real # is for requesting ASL interpretation & is disconnected.
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Jamie Sumner, Author 3h
I danced a very gentle jig as we rode up and down and up and down on his new wheelchair lift. It was the slowest of slo-mo trust falls. via
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Ryan McLeod Apr 19
A trick for testing VoiceOver on iOS while listening to music on your Mac all without slowly driving everyone around you insane.
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MIT Museum Apr 16
Wednesday's "Accessible Technology" event will bring together over a dozen organizations that are working to making the world more inclusive. Join us from 1-4p!
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Amanda Ocasio 8h
Replying to @AlexHarisCams
Now it means even more to me to see conversations on taking place in ALL OF THE SPACES! 🙂 It’s our world too! ✊🏾❤️♿️ 🌍
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MSFT Accessibility Apr 18
Check out this complete guide on how to navigate Microsoft’s built-in screen reader, Narrator.
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