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matthewav

Is 'mobile first' already be outdated? - 4 views

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    As always, new fads, discoveries and creativity have at their heart basic principles that are sometimes forgotten or overlooked. Mobile should be part of your creative toolbox, but not necessarily the first one you pick up.
Jennifer Hecker

JISC infoKits - 0 views

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    I came to this site via a Tweet about the "Evaluating digital services" infoKit which is pretty interesting. So are the others! "Our infoKits contain a wealth of 'self-help' material, from simple methodologies to manage projects, risks, change and processes; to image galleries of technology-rich spaces and reflections from leaders to learners showcasing the inspiring use of technology across the sectors."
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    Very helpful. Thanks for sharing.
matthewav

MIT Invents 3-D Display - 2 views

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    The display is made up of pieces that rise and fall to create a simple, but breakthrough, 3-D shape that you create.
djacobs916

Crowdsourcing Captions/Subtitling - 1 views

shared by djacobs916 on 17 Apr 14 - No Cached
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    Interesting crowdbased option for captioning and subtitling video
matthewav

Responsive Inspector - Chrome Extension - 1 views

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    This is a Chrome extension that will resize your browser window to the break points in the code of the current site you are viewing. Those sites without breakpoints show a blank window in the extension. Responsive Inspector is helpful to see all of the breakpoints a particular site uses. Some have several breakpoints, other sites have just a few. It's a good learning tool. It's a wee bit buggy sometimes, but it's being updated regularly. If this link does not work, just search for "Responsive Inspector" in the Chrome browser Extensions.
matthewav

Oculus Being Used for Accessibility - 3 views

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    This company was created by UT students. They use the Oculus to provide accessibility to Users.
anonymous

Accessible Mega Menu - 1 views

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    Something to put into the hopper for our eventual redesign talks. I know we want to move away from such a heavy navigation scheme, but if we can't this might help.
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    Nice. Thanks for sharing.
Aaron Choate

The A11Y Project - 0 views

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    Introducing The Accessibility Project, an open source project that aims to make accessibility easier for front end developers.
anonymous

I thought title text improved accessibility. I was wrong. | Silktide blog - 2 views

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    Well then, that's news to me.
Jade Diaz

iAccessibility - 1 views

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    iOS accessibility slides from webinar some team members attended in September 2012
anonymous

&what; -- Discover Your Character - 1 views

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    cool!
matthewav

Vischeck Website - Working with Color-Blindness - 2 views

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    A handy site on which you can view your own files in relation to the various types of color blindness. In my experience with the site, the option to view your images online is better than the option to download the plug-ins. The plug-ins kept crashing for me. But your experience may be different.
matthewav

"Readability" - A Reader Application - 1 views

Readability is a reader application that saves and organizes links to articles for reading later online or offline. It requires a download for your mobile device and the creation of an account (li...

design usability examples mobile accessibility

started by matthewav on 13 Jun 12 no follow-up yet
matthewav

In Search Of The Perfect CAPTCHA - 5 views

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    Information on CAPTCHA's basic philosophy and logic. There are some examples of non-standard CAPTCHA examples.
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    Great post. It perfectly summarizes all my problems with captcha and the fact that there's not yet a good solution. I think that using computing power to recognize spammy submissions and weed them out (based on time it takes to complete the form or the language used in the post or the attached link) would work well for our purposes but ultimately we have to reduce/eliminate the benefit of spamming in order to stem the tide at the source.
Jade Diaz

Office of Ethics, Compliance & Audit Services - Education and Training - 1 views

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    Webinars on various topics including accessibility, from the University of California
matthewav

Redundant is Usable | Psychology of Web Design | 3.7 Blog - 1 views

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    Repetition, even in graphic design, is okay, I promise. It's the way human beings learn. The perception is that if something is included on the page once, especially in an obvious fashion, there's no reason to repeat it elsewhere.
matthewav

Exploration of Leading (Line Height) - 1 views

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    This is an example of how there are rules in design, but with experience, they can be bent or even broken. The leading on this paragraph is so tight, that the ascenders and descenders of letters are touching each other. Accessibility is our goal, of course. I just wanted to share this as an example that is inspiring to me.
matthewav

CSS 3 - Techniques - 0 views

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    FYI from the interweb.
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