The woman featured in Apple’s accessibility video also edited it

Apple’s accessibility features help this woman with cerebral palsy make films. https://youtu.be/XB4cjbYywqg Curated by (Lifekludger) Read full article at Source: The woman featured in Apple’s accessibility video also edited it

Dos and don’ts on designing for accessibility | Accessibility | Posters

Dos and don’ts on designing for accessibility Karwai Pun, 2 September 2016 — Design, User research Karwai Pun is an interaction designer currently working on Service Optimisation to make existing and new services better for our users. Karwai is part of an accessibility group at Home Office Digital, leading on autism, and has created these dosContinue reading “Dos and don’ts on designing for accessibility | Accessibility | Posters”

PAVE 2.0: A New Generation of the Web Tool for PDF Accessibility 

The ICT-Accessibility Lab of the ZHAW, in collaboration with the Swiss Blind and Visually Impaired Association (SBV), has developed a web tool called PAVE which quickly and easily makes existing PDF documents accessible. This is critical for allowing existing screen-reading programs to read the correct content. With PAVE 2.0, the existing web tool has beenContinue reading “PAVE 2.0: A New Generation of the Web Tool for PDF Accessibility “

Evaluating Cognitive Web Accessibility with WAVE

Introduction WAVE is a web accessibility tool that can greatly assist in the evaluation of web content. Rather than providing a complex technical report, WAVE shows the original web page with embedded icons and indicators that reveal the accessibility of that page. … WAVE, like any other automated tool, cannot tell you if your page isContinue reading “Evaluating Cognitive Web Accessibility with WAVE”

Demystifying cognitive disability – Media Access Australia

  Cognitive disability can be a difficult condition to understand. This is particularly the case for organisations wanting to be able to find out how to better address the communication needs of their managers, staff and consumers with a cognitive disability, in a media context.   That’s why Media Access Australia has created a practicalContinue reading “Demystifying cognitive disability – Media Access Australia”

Accessibility Checker Goes Open Source

It’s Global Accessibility Awareness Day today! To celebrate it in a big way, we would like to announce that as of today, Accessibility Checker for CKEditor will be available also under an Open Source GPL license. If you care about accessibility, want to learn more about how important it is, and get to know ourContinue reading “Accessibility Checker Goes Open Source”

Simple Ways to Make Your WordPress Site Accessible

Web site accessibility has been a lingering issue on the Internet for quite some time. However, with several laws in the US pushing website accessibility as a primary feature in public and private web entities, it has affected the Internet on a wider scale. Accessibility has been proven to be beneficial to websites, public orContinue reading “Simple Ways to Make Your WordPress Site Accessible”

Newest Browsers Vivaldi and Brave Missing Key Feature

Two former big bosses of popular browsers are at it again, taking the helm of new browsers. Brendan Eich, literal father of JavaScript, and former co-founder of Mozilla, has recently released Brave, a new browser aimed at increasing privacy and security for its users. Similarly Jon von Tetzchner, former co-founder of the Opera Browser, justContinue reading “Newest Browsers Vivaldi and Brave Missing Key Feature”

Evaluating Cognitive Web Accessibility with WAVE

WAVE is a web accessibility tool that can greatly assist in the evaluation of web content. Rather than providing a complex technical report, WAVE shows the original web page with embedded icons and indicators that reveal the accessibility of that page. Before proceeding, be sure to read the Help page for an overview of usingContinue reading “Evaluating Cognitive Web Accessibility with WAVE”