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  1. 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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  2. Usability Tester Showcase: Steven Sleigh’s Story

    For several years now, Knowbility has recruited people with disabilities to participate in paid usability studies. We’ve added hundreds of people from across the United States and beyond to our AccessWorks user testing panel, which includes disabled people ready to test the usability and accessibility of websites and mobile applications....

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  3. Exploring WCAG 2.1 — 2.5.6 Concurrent Input Mechanisms

    You made it! This is the last in our series on the new WCAG 2.1 Success Criteria. We finish with the last level AAA success criterion, 2.5.6 Concurrent Input Mechanisms. It is under guideline 2.5, Input Modalities. Guideline 2.5 Input Modalities Make it easier for users to operate functionality through various...

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  4. Exploring WCAG 2.1 — 2.5.5 Target Size

    We are nearing the end of our series on the new WCAG 2.1 Success Criteria. We return to the topic of mobile accessibility with the last two new success criteria, both at level AAA. This post will review 2.5.5 Target Size under guideline 2.5, Input Modalities.  Guideline 2.5 Input Modalities Make...

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  5. Exploring WCAG 2.1 — 2.3.3 Animations from Interaction

    Our series on the new WCAG 2.1 Success Criteria continues with the last of the success criteria to focus on cognitive accessibility. Level AAA success criterion 2.3.3, Animations from Interactions, limits unexpected motion. It falls under guideline 2.3, Seizures and Physical Reactions. 2.3 Seizures and Physical Reactions Do not design...

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