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    May 16th 2013
    Section 718: Mobile Internet Browser Accessibility

    Posted under Accessibility in the News
    Written by: Mike Adams

    The FCC has recently introduced Section 718 as part of the Communications Act of 1934.  The gist of it all… internet browsers on mobile devices must be accessible.  This will force the hardware manufacturers to ensure accessibility of the software they bundle on their devices. “INTRODUCTION 1. In this Second Report and Order, we implement [...]

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    May 16th 2013
    Accessible Video Player: Video.js

    Posted under Accessibility in the News
    Written by: Mike Adams

    If you’ve ever tried to use a video player on your computer you know that it is typically displayed with buttons representing actions that are rarely accessible to anyone other than a mouse user.  Perhaps we have a new candidate that is in the works to change this… “Video.js is an HTML5 video player that [...]

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    May 16th 2013
    Mobile Accessibility: Windows 8

    Posted under Accessibility in the News
    Written by: Mike Adams

    For the masses a smart phone has become a valuable tool to stay connected to…everything.  I’ll applaud anyone making the effort to add more accessible technologies to their products. “Windows Phone 8, the most recent Microsoft phone to be placed on the market, reflects the rising customer demand for speech recognition technology.  In addition to [...]

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    February 14th 2013
    Color, Contrast and 1194.21

    Posted under 1194.21 & section 508
    Written by: Mike Adams

    I was recently asked about a software issue involving problems with color.  The synopsis is that an older piece of windows-based software doesn’t allow for color customizations and also overrides the Operating System themes including contrast modes resulting in complaints by end users with color blindness issues.  A little Q&A also brought to light that [...]

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    January 6th 2013
    Making a Colorful Video Game Work for Color Blind Gamers

    Posted under Development
    Written by: Mike Adams

    Colors: an often overlooked issue when it comes to development and accessibility, pretty simple fact that your work can be for not if the end user can’t use it, see it or understand it. “Zuma, a tile-matching puzzle video game created by PopCap Games, continues to be one of the most popular free games on [...]

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    January 6th 2013
    IE 10: Captioning Support

    Posted under Browser & Internet Explorer & section 508
    Written by: Mike Adams

    If you frequently watch video content on the web, you may have noticed the recent increase in the availability of captions. Sometimes they are part of the video itself, while other times they are created by voice recognition software during playback. In either scenario, the increased visibility of captioning technology is a result of The [...]

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    August 10th 2012
    Netflix Captioning

    Posted under Accessibility in the News & section 508
    Written by: Mike Adams

    You may have recently come across an article or heard something about Netflix but what is really happening.  Long story short Netflix is under the gun to provide captioning to it’s web-based content under the ADA guidelines. I concede that this would be a pretty significant undertaking, more importantly however will be the legal outcome as more [...]

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    July 19th 2012
    Accessibility Tools For The Chrome Developer

    Posted under Chrome & Developer & Development
    Written by: Mike Adams

    I’m impressed enough with the effort that a snippet of text and a link to Google’s “Accessibility Developer Tools” that I wanted it to be a stand alone post on our site.   https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/fpkknkljclfencbdbgkenhalefipecmb#detail/fpkknkljclfencbdbgkenhalefipecmb

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    July 19th 2012
    Google: Accessible Web Tools

    Posted under Accessibility in the News
    Written by: Mike Adams

    At its Google I/O developer conference, Google has presented new tools and improved versions of existing tools aimed at helping to make web sites accessible for people with disabilities… http://www.h-online.com/open/news/item/Google-shows-tools-for-an-accessible-web-1631042.html

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    July 19th 2012
    TIGAR Project and Accessible Books

    Posted under Accessibility in the News
    Written by: Mike Adams

    GENEVA, July 18, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Launched in November 2010, the TIGAR Project continues to accelerate. The aim of the TIGAR project is to increase the number of accessible books available worldwide… http://www.marketwatch.com/story/tigar-project-accelerates-book-accessibility-2012-07-18

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