The advertising industry needs to develop self-confidence when it comes to disability representation. Paralyzed by the fear of getting it wrong, inaction marginalizes the disability community, while brands lose out on opportunities to address a wider market and signal their support for inclusivity.
If there is a transcript, do you need audio description? What should be audio described in a recorded webinar? Should transcripts include audio content? Our team of accessibility experts answer attendee questions from our 2021 Accessibility Series.
This document is for people who make web content (web pages) and web applications. It gives advice on how to make content usable for people with cognitive and learning disabilities. This includes, but is not limited to: cognitive disabilities, learning disabilities (LD), neurodiversity, intellectual disabilities, and specific learning disabilities.
As so much of what neurodivergent users need is rooted in a mixture of usability best practices and accessibility considerations, I wondered if there was a need for a Cognitive perspective on UX Design Principles that not only brings a neurodivergent perspective, but also grounds itself through link
Chartability is a methodology for ensuring that data visualizations, systems, and interfaces are accessible. Chartability is organized into principles with testable criteria and focused on creating an outcome that is an inclusive data experience for people with disabilities. What is Accessibility? Accessibility (also sometimes abbreviated as a11y) is the practice of ensuring that as many people as possible can use, understand, and have access to a technology, infrastructure, tool, product, or service.
In order to be more inclusive as teachers, presenters, speakers, facilitators (and a long list of other things we do in life where we communicate), we need to develop the skill of audio describing our own presentations.
Thanks to the wide support of the prefers-reduced-motion-media feature, we now have more advanced ways to design motion that can be creative and innovative while also being safer for those with motion sensitivities.