This website provides services, tools, instructional media, and other resources dedicated to the development of accessible web content for persons with disabilities. Examples of some services available to users include: Accessible Website Certification; Training; Consulting; Evaluation Services including WAVE, a tool that instantly checks any...
This tip sheet, created by the National Center for Accessible Media, provides guidelines for creating accessible websites. It covers the topics of headings, descriptive link text and button labels, image descriptions, colors and more. The tip sheet also offers links to additional resources for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, and color...
Subtitle Horse SHIRE is a browser-based captions editor for subtitling videos. This free online editor features real-time validation, an interactive timeline, shortcuts, and more. The editor can be used within or from a CMS, or on premise with a paid version. The website also offers tutorial videos, an editor guide, and Subtitle Pony, a caption...
3PlayMedia provides a number of services to help users easily create accessible videos. Services include creating closed captions, audio description, transcription, and translation and subtitling, all of which are essential to providing accessible video content. 3PlayMedia is a paid service, with three pricing plans that are intended to work for a...
This website provides information about the Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation (CIDI) at Georgia Tech’s College of Design. CIDI provides a variety of paid services that are focused on the end-user, including on demand braille, E-Text production, captioning and described media, Tools for Life (TFL), digital accessibility services, and more.
This webpage from the University of Washington describes a variety of ways for making video content accessible. "An accessible video includes captions, a transcript, and audio description and is delivered in an accessible media player." The webpage includes list of resources for captioning and audio description, including paid services,...
This tip sheet from the National Center for Accessible Media provides guidelines for creating accessible video content. It covers the topics of captioning, writing narrative descriptions, and choosing an accessible media player. The tip sheet also offers links to additional resources for creating captions and audio descriptions.
This booklet from the United Spinal Association provides tips for interacting more effectively with people who have disabilities. The booklet includes basic, terminology, and disability specific tips. Examples of basic tips include ask before you help, be sensitive about physical contact, and think before you speak. Some examples of terminology...
This website from the Graphic Artists Guild provides disability access symbols. These symbols are intended for users to advertise "... accessibility to employees, customers, audiences, and anyone else who needs access to [their] building or offices. Examples of places to promote accessibility include advertisements, newsletters, conference and...
This workbook, from the National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth (NCWD/Youth), is intended for those wanting to learn more about disability disclosure and are interested in supporting youth with disabilities. "Each unit contains a general statement of purpose, useful terminology, a discussion section, and activities to allow you...
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