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  1. Conquering the accessible Rubik’s Cube

    by Marine Menier

    We asked visitors to our booth to attempt solving the puzzle while wearing a blindfold. A teacher named Christy Smith solved it in 15 minutes at the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) conference. At SXSWedu, high school student Matthew Hebrado did it in 25 minutes. Still not impressed? At SXSW, 12-year-old Atticus Adair pulled it off...

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  2. M-Enabling Summit

    by Marine Menier

    The M-Enabling Summit is fast approaching! The sixth meeting of this global conference will be on June 13-14 at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View hotel in Arlington, Virginia. This year’s theme is “Making Connected Things and Services Accessible for All.” With more than 30 sessions on topics ranging from the...

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  3. Global Accessibility Awareness Day is May 18

    With the growing prevalence of digital technology in daily life, the need for accessible hardware and software has never been greater. Awareness of the need for accessibility is on the rise, too. There’s even a day dedicated to the subject. The sixth annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day is May 18,...

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  4. Jayne Schurick - May 2017 Featured Volunteer

    As a freelance usability researcher, Jayne Schurick works for companies including Pearson, Mile7, and HomeAway. Schurick has been connected with Knowbility for more than 10 years. It all started in December of 2006, when Schurick was living in Austin, Texas, and wanted to learn about accessibility. She met for lunch...

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  5. Introducing Anthony Vasquez

    My name is Anthony Vasquez and I’m Knowbility’s latest hire. In my role as communications specialist, I’ll use this blog to post about Knowbility events, interview our experts and leaders in the digital accessibility community, and share my thoughts on trends in assistive technology. Read on to learn a bit...

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