Julia Ferraioli says if you’re already dealing with blurry vision, making something blurry bigger, isn’t necessarily going to help that much.
Continue Reading Julia Ferraioli talks about contrast and parralax
Michael thinks the most important thing that we fail to do on a daily basis is talking with people with disabilities or talking with the users in general.
Continue Reading Michael Ausbun talks about blindness and ARIA live regions
Alex points out that if we make processes more complex for users, they aren’t likely to be able to finish things, or complete them properly.
Continue Reading Alex Umstead discusses autism, flickering screens, and keyboard use
Global Awareness Accessibility Day 2020! This is the third year I’m having a special episode for this event. I started with panel discussions for the day – and was planning on keeping that up. However, technical issues limited our ability to come together and have an actual discussion. So I got my guests to record their answers and this is the show. Thanks to Donna Vitan, Alicia Jarvis, Katriel Paige, and Matt May!
Continue Reading Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2020 Special
Joe Devon says the one thing people should remember about accessibility is that building great products is about listening to your user. And if you are not making your products accessible, you are not paying attention to your users.
Continue Reading E097 – Interview with Joe Devon – Part 2