[Video] Android Accessibility APIs – How a Google+ Post is Implemented

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Let's talk about native Android accessibility. If you watched my video from last week, I chose Google Plus as our sample application and reflected on the good and bad of the Google Plus single post layout as it affects accessibility. This week, let's a bit more about how they accomplished this result. Going forward into next week, we'll wrap up with an account of how you… Continue Reading [Video] Android Accessibility APIs – How a Google+ Post is Implemented

[Video] Blind TalkBack Accessibility IS NOT Inclusive Design

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Our mobile accessibility expert, Chris McMeeking, will address a design feature he has been seeing recently. He will address why it has good intentions, but how it is inherently inaccessible for anyone who has a disability and isn't a blind talkback user. Below is a transcript of the video, the video also has timed captions. Enjoy! Introduction Hello, my name is Chris McMeeking, I am… Continue Reading [Video] Blind TalkBack Accessibility IS NOT Inclusive Design

[New Webinar] iOS Mobile A11y – Oct. 10th @ 2PM EST

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Overview Native mobile development is still a relatively young, but quickly evolving way of development. As it continues to evolve, the accessibility problem becomes even more difficult as it tries to keep up. It is especially difficult to learn about native mobile accessibility because the experts are far and few in between and they have to keep up with the growing demand for newer, cooler looking applications.… Continue Reading [New Webinar] iOS Mobile A11y – Oct. 10th @ 2PM EST

Announcing Our Upcoming [Webinar] on Android Mobile Accessibility!

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Developers & UI Designers: You Won't Want To Miss This Do you know accessibility best practices for web development, but you aren't sure how to test the accessibility of your apps? Don't worry, we've got you covered. It's time to recognize that web developers and user interface designers are responsible for making their apps accessible to all. Deque is excited to announce its upcoming live… Continue Reading Announcing Our Upcoming [Webinar] on Android Mobile Accessibility!

You’re Invited to Deque’s IAAP Certification Study Party!

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Why Should I Attend? This study party is free and open to all who are interested in accessibility and want to become accessibility experts. This certification is perfect for web developers, UI designers, accessibility managers, or a subject matter experts. As accessibility grows in awareness and necessity, this professional certification will competitively set you apart from other experts at your company or in your field.… Continue Reading You’re Invited to Deque’s IAAP Certification Study Party!

April #a11ychat – Violation or Best Practice?

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Not Foolin' This month's #a11ychat will be taking place on April 15th, from 5-6pm EST.  Our topic this month is "Violation or Best Practice?" There are many accessibility standards that are up for debate - are some accessibility issues actually violations or simply a violation of best practice? The Deque team  of Denis Boudreau, Glenda Sims, Todd Liebsch, Paul Adam, and Paul Bohman, are ready… Continue Reading April #a11ychat – Violation or Best Practice?