At Interactive Accessibility we have a dedicated team that works hard to produce the best services possible for our clients. Most of our time is spent in “head down” work mode – just like any other team producing products or service they’re proud of. Every so often, one of us pops our head out of the fog of a busy workday and remembers just why we have dedicated ourselves to accessibility.
Access Matters Blog
iOS has an accessibility feature to allow users to select their preferred text size. Some applications will respect this setting and change their text size appropriately, however, some do not. To change your preferred text size
Trying to determine how accessible your campus is can be a daunting task. There are so many business and educational processes to assess, and it will encompass practically every unit within the institution. How do you even begin to determine if you have processes defined and resources allocated to build an accessible IT infrastructure? One of the recent projects I got to help lead with the EDUCAUSE IT Accessibility Constituent Group was the...
The First Public Working Draft of Digital Publishing WAI-ARIA Module 1.0 was publish by the Protocols and Formats Working Group in coordination with the Digital Publishing Interest Group. The specification extends WAI-ARIA 1.1 to define
In April Interactive Accessibility’s CEO Kathy Wahlbin posted a blog with iOS and Android Screen Reader Gesture Reference Cheatsheets. The blog caught the attention of a French accessibility blog, Atalan Le Blog. We shared the Cheatsheets with them and they translated them to French. We’ve made the French...
Here are the answers and explanations to last week’s GAAD Accessibility quiz. Q. Who benefits from accessible content? A. Everyone
Browser extensions and accessibility settings are great for people who wish to further customize their experience to fit their individual preferences when accessing websites but these are not a replacement for adhering to accessibility guidelines.
Mobile Accessibility is critical to reaching all audiences. A product is accessible when a person with a disability can have an experience equivalent to that of a person without a disability.