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  1. WCAG 2.1 - Exploring Pointer Gestures

    by Becky Gibson

    The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG 2.1) are the most recent published as an official W3C Recommendation for web accessibility. WCAG 2.1 adds one new guideline and seventeen new Success Criteria (SC) to the existing WCAG 2.0. For an overview, see Welcome WCAG 2.1.  This article is part of...

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  2. Welcome, WCAG 2.1! The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines get an update.

    by Becky Gibson

    Knowbility welcomes the efforts of the W3C to update WCAG to improve web accessibility for all. We are pleased to see the new WCAG 2.1 success criteria extend access to areas of disability not covered before. We acknowledge the efforts of all contributors to research and develop these new success...

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  3. Volunteer Spotlight: Justin Binder

    Knowbility has always placed a priority on involving community member in its programs – and we have always had a broad definition of “community.” Involving volunteers helps Knowbility to invite community investment in our organization and benefit from a variety of voices and talents. In the 1990s, most of our...

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  4. My first CSUN

    My first CSUN was an amazing experience. I attended some excellent talks, I made new friends and met “in real life” some people I’d interacted with for years on social media. And of course I was able to give my talk “Accessibility: No rights without responsibilities”. CSUN is the oldest...

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  5. Amplify Austin campaign is not accessible

    I Live Here I Give Here (ILHIGH) is a nonprofit organization, based in Austin Texas, meant to encourage charitable giving in our city. Every year, they conduct a fundraising initiative for the benefit of Austin’s nonprofit sector. The campaign is called “Amplify Austin”. It is a fantastic initiative. They raised...

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