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This website, from the National Deaf Center, includes resources that are intended to help deaf people succeed in college and careers. Resources include "guides, templates, overviews, publications, videos, and more. [These] resources are developed by experts, covering a variety of topics to support evidence-based practices in postsecondary outcomes...
This course, made available by Udacity, Inc., provides users with "hands-on experience making web applications accessible." The self-paced course begins by explaining "when and why users need accessibility," and covers additional topics such as how to make it possible for site visitors to navigate a page using a keyboard rather than a mouse, how to...
This set of seven posters from Home Office Digital list the dos and don'ts for designing web materials for users: (1) on the autistic spectrum; (2) of screen readers; (3) with low vision; (4) with dyslexia; (5) with physical or motor disabilities; (6) who are deaf or hard of hearing; and (7) with anxiety.
This webpage, from the National Center on Accessible Education Materials, provides information about the EPUB format. EPUB is a format for creating accessible digital publications that work well on mobile devices. On this page, instructors can learn about the advantages of choosing EPUB over other formats such as PDF, and how to create an EPUB...
This webpage, made available by Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) at Cast, Inc., describes one of the four qualities of an accessible user experience that are captured by the acronym POUR (Perceivable, Operable, Understandable, and Robust). The principles in Designing for Accessibility with POUR come from the Web Content Accessibility...
This webpage, made available by Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) at Cast, Inc., describes one of the four qualities of an accessible user experience that are captured by the acronym POUR (Perceivable, Operable, Understandable, and Robust). The principles in Designing for Accessibility with POUR come from the Web Content Accessibility...
This webpage, made available by Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) at Cast, Inc., describes one of the four qualities of an accessible user experience that are captured by the acronym POUR (Perceivable, Operable, Understandable, and Robust). The principles in Designing for Accessibility with POUR come from the Web Content Accessibility...
This webpage, made available by Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) at Cast, Inc., describes one of the four qualities of an accessible user experience that are captured by the acronym POUR (Perceivable, Operable, Understandable, and Robust). The principles in Designing for Accessibility with POUR come from the Web Content Accessibility...
This tool, made available by Squiz, is a client-side script that checks HTML source code and detects violations of a defined coding standard. The tool can be used by running HTML_CodeSniffer inside a browser after a bookmarklet has been added to the bookmarks bar. The sample public version will check a site for conformance with the Web Content...
This website, made available by the Center for Persons with Disabilities, features an interactive tool that can be used to check the contrast between two colors against the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. Foreground color and background color can be entered by their RGB hexadecimal value or selected by a pop up box. The WebAIM Color Contrast...