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Designing Mobile Apps for Use by People with Cognitive Disabilities

Introduction This post is based on a panel presentation that I gave at the 2015 M-Enabling Summit in Washington DC on June 2nd. The goal.

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M-Enabling Highlights Forward Thinking Innovation to Benefit All Users

As someone fairly new to the digital accessibility industry, it was a great learning experience to be able to attend the 4th Annual M-Enabling Summit last.

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The Millennial Generation Could be Changing How Designers Think about Digital Accessibility

I recently attended the M-Enabling Summit in Washington, DC and during my time there I was able to attend a session titled ‘Development Tools to.

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The Latest Innovations in Inclusive Technologies

I had the pleasure of attending my first M-Enabling Summit in Washington, DC earlier this week. The Summit aims to set a unique stage for.

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Android 5 Lollipop – Switch Access has Arrived on Android!

There are several accessibility features added with Lollipop – version 5 of the Android platform that is now available on many Android models including the.

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Android Accessibility Properties and TalkBack

Introduction The Android operating system from Google includes several accessibility features to aid individuals with disabilities in the use of mobile phones and tablets powered.

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Android Accessibility Update

This post is an update to Android 4.2 OS Released with New Accessibility Features from November 26, 2012. TalkBack The current version of TalkBack is.

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Mobile Best Practices and Auditing Capabilities with the Accessibility Management Platform

Many organizations now offer mobile applications and websites to their end-users. With this relatively recent shift away from providing strictly non-mobile websites and applications, organizations.

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Mobile Accessibility Landscape Update

Introduction This post represents an update to the mobile accessibility landscape post from June 2012. Cell phone and other mobile device usage is growing at.

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What Accessibility Standards Apply to Mobile Applications?

Mobile Apps (including mobile web apps) are generally covered by the same standards for access by people with disabilities that apply to non-mobile software and.

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