Category Archives: Building the culture of accessibility

Web accessibility video — please comment on the rough cut

We’ve put together a new music video about web accessibility, called “POUR Me a Website”. Take a look and leave a comment here or on YouTube.

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New Web Accessibility Video

Here’s a new video that promotes web accessibility by striking at the core of some myths about it. It’s got a beat you can dance or code to, and best of all, it’s from the Government of Australia.

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New Animation About Cloud-based Accessibility

For those of you familiar with the animation we did for the Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure (GPII), here’s a new one for part of GPII, Flexible Learning for Open Education (Floe). What kind of animation or visualization would you most … Continue reading

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ESPN Explains Captioning

Here’s an example of how to approach accessibility: with enthusiasm and professionalism. This ESPN video of how they do captioning takes a regulatory requirement and makes it part of the everyday excitement of producing live video content for a huge, … Continue reading

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New Accessibility Videos on YouTube

David Banes, the Deputy Chief Executive of Mada, the Assistive Technology Center in Qatar, has some great videos up on YouTube. Some are entertaining animations of blog posts, some show the Center and its clients, and one, “The Clock is … Continue reading

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Consumer Accessibility Experts Are … Experts!

A recent post on the great Fred’s Head blog (from the American Printing House for the Blind, Inc. — APH) points out that many companies and organizations seem to expect accessibility help from blind consumers for free. No doubt! One … Continue reading

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