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  1. AccessWorks Usability Tester Showcase: Kevin Shaw

    For several years now, Knowbility has recruited people with disabilities to participate in paid usability studies. We’ve added hundreds of people from the United States and Canada to our AccessWorks user testing panel. These are people who can test the usability and accessibility of websites and mobile apps. As an...

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  2. The Impact of In-Person Usability Demos

    I was first introduced to accessibility as a volunteer at AccessU this past May. Despite just completing a full-stack coding boot camp and having experience with front-end web development, prior to the conference, my knowledge of web accessibility was nonexistent. However, during AccessU, I had the opportunity to sit in...

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  3. Keyboard Testing Basics

    Keyboard testing is one of the most efficient, impactful, and easy tasks that any team member can do to find accessibility issues. Unfortunately, it’s often not done—perhaps because people simply don’t know about this. Ignorance is bliss until it comes back to bite you later on. a woman’s hands typing...

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  4. Knowbility at TPAC 2018

    Knowbility is committed to making the web a better, more inclusive place. Part of this commitment is being a member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) – the standards body for the web. W3C held their Technical Plenary and Advisory Committee (TPAC) meeting in Lyon, France. We sent Executive...

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  5. M-Enabling Forum Europe

    The M-Enabling Summit in Washington, DC is a long-running accessibility conference. In September the conference made its first appearance in Europe in the form of the M-Enabling Forum Europe in Düsseldorf, Germany, and I was pleased to attend on behalf of Knowbility. Francesca Cesa Bianchi opening M-Enabling Forum Europe in...

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