Glenda "goodwitch" Sims will be leading a workshop at High Ed Web Arkansas on Thursday, July 26th from 9am to Noon. Here is a short video to give you a hint about the delicious accessibility adventures that await if you attend this workshop.
Here are some examples of how my life has been simplified through the use of accessible web sites and IOS apps usable by folks needing a screen reader: I can wake up to my phone's alarm and check the weather.This task previously required a specialized Braille or talking watch and/or lock and use of radio or television for weather information.
Our next #a11ychat on Twitter is coming up on Monday. This month we will once again feature Glenda Sims and Elle Waters, and our topic is: "Disability be Damned! When Accessibility Brings Independence, Games, Art & Adventures to Life". And, yes, that title is under 140 characters.
Amaze provides companies with a faster and easier process to make their digital content available to web users who are disabled. But what make Amaze a truly exciting product - besides its speed, efficiency, and ease of use - is the Amaze Accessibility Overlay.
Today we are featuring an interview with AbleGamers Editor-in-Chief, Steve Spohn. The AbleGamers Accessibility Arcade is being showcased this weekend at the Chicago Abilities Expo. You can read more about the event and AbleGamers here.
This weekend's Abilities Expo in Chicago will feature the AbleGamers’ Accessibility Arcade. Abilities Expo is dedicated to educating and improving the lives of Americans with disabilities, their families and caregivers, and health professionals and provides and opportunity for companies to demonstrate their products and services to end-users and industry professionals.