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
Access Matters Blog
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.
Hans Wiberg, founder of Be My Eyes, joins Mark Miller to discuss the phenomenon of this new iPhone app that allows sited individuals to be the eyes for someone who is blind and needs a quick set of eyes.
A team of neuroscientist and video game designers from the University of Lincoln, UK and the WESC Foundation, a leading specialist school for children with disabilities in the UK, have been testing a new computer game which may help some children with disabilities lead independent lives. The game called Eyelander is designed to improve the functional vision of children who have vision disabilities related to brain injury.