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Incorporating Accessibility into Project Development is a Matter of Priorities
Project managers often avoid implementing accessibility in the mistaken belief that implementing accessibility is hard and slows down the development process. The real problem, however, lies in the lack of expertise. Incorporating accessibility is then more a matter of education, knowledge, priorities, and decisional processes.
From Yoast, September 01, 2017

Why W3C Web Accessibility Standards are Often Ignored
Building accessible content should be second nature to any developer, designer, or content creator, the same way the consideration of ramps, stairways, and lifts is to an architect designing a new building.Unfortunately, a lot of web developers do not make their content accessible.
From Toptal, August 31, 2017

7 Ways to Improve Email Deliverability and Accessibility
Most email marketing still lack basic accessibility that stem from development. Know these 7 accessibility changes for email design, that will not only help improve usability but also help better targeting and email deliverability.
From Click Dimensions, August 31, 2017

ITU Guide For Making the Web More Inclusive and Accessible
Websites and other digital tools can often create barriers that exclude people from accessing information they need. ITU has set targets that enabling environments ensuring accessible telecommunication/ICT for persons with disabilities should be established in all countries by 2020.
From ITU News, August 30, 2017

UK: Recite Me - Software helping Clients with Disabilities Access Accountants Website
Recite Me - a cloud-based software, is making accountancy firm’s websites accessible for people with disabilities. It is capable of translating text into more than 100 languages and has ‘text to speech’ functionality for up to 30 languages. It also allows people to change elements of a websites such as font size, font colour and background colour contrast.
From Chronicle Live, August 28, 2017

Augmented Reality to Help Improve Shopping for Persons with Disabilities
Augmented reality has become increasingly powerful in the past year as the technology gradually moves from gimmick status to something more worthwhile. One of the more interesting applications attempts to make the shopping experience more friendly for shoppers with disabilities.
From DZone, August 28, 2017

How Can you Address Accessibility to Design Quality Online Courses
Creating online accessible instructional material will mean not only meeting federal guidelines, but also making the course accessible to all students, including for those with disabilities. A checklist that includes both online accessibility and Universal Design of Learning elements, can prevent making the process of creating material overwhelming.
From WCET Frontiers, August 27, 2017

Switch Access for Persons with Disabilities
Switch access, used by persons with disabilities, is specialist way of accessing a computer, smartphone, tablet, or communication aid using a simple switch, in place of the more complex interfaces such as keyboards and touch screens. Learn more on this assistive technology.
From Better Living Through Technology, August 26, 2017

Access 4000: An App that Provides Information on Accessibility Features & Support across Brisbane Venues
Brisbane-based disability support service Carers Link, in partnership with Disability Support Queensland, have launched an app called Access 4000 for people with disabilities and the elderly. The app provides detailed information on accessibility features and support available in a range of venues across Brisbane. Users can filter their searches by venue or the type of accessibility feature.
From Community Care Review, August 24, 2017

Xogo - A Device that Allows People with Disabilities to Connect with Consumer Technology
Xogo is a software and hardware platform developed by Bansen Labs allows people with disabilities to connect with consumer technology. People can use wheelchair controls, standard consumer technology (like Bluetooth and USB devices) or other accessible devices and hook them into Xogo. They then connect Xogo to their consumer technology of choice, such as cable boxes, gaming consoles, smart homes and more. Xogo allows all input devices to become controllers for all consumer technology in an easy-to-use and highly customizable way.
From Consumer Technology Association, August 24, 2017

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