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  1. Jayne Cravens to Lead Nonprofit Recruitment for OpenAIR 2018

    The 2018 OpenAIR accessible internet competition is fast approaching. This year, Jayne Cravens, a communications and community engagement specialist and long-time friend of Knowbility, will lead recruitment of nonprofit organizations for the online competition. OpenAIR, the accessible internet rally, matches nonprofit organizations that want to improve the accessibility of their...

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  2. PM-Led Accessibility at SXSW 2018

    Vote up this panel on accessibility from a PM's perspective! Panel voting for South by Southwest (SXSW) 2018 is underway, and we'd love to have your support for PM-Led Accessibility: Leading Teams to Inclusion. In this panel, Robert Jolly will share his experience and advice for how interactive project and product...

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  3. Accenture Labs's Nishith Pathak joins Knowbility board

    AUSTIN, TEXAS (Aug. 9) — Nishit Pathak, Vice President and R&D Lead at Accenture Labs, will join the board of Austin-based nonprofit Knowbility. An author and two-time winner of Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional award, Nishith’s more than 20 years of IT experience will contribute to Knowbility’s mission of ensuring equal...

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  4. Knowbility's Eric Eggert to Present at Inclusive Design 24 2017

    Knowbility’s Eric Eggert kicks off this year’s Inclusive Design 24 tomorrow morning at 1 a.m. Eastern Time. Inclusive Design 24 is a day-long online conference organized by the Paciello Group and features live presentations on accessibility by 24 speakers. [caption id="attachment_2315" align="aligncenter" width="300"]              ...

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  5. Knowbility Chair highlights empathy’s role to drive innovation

    Knowbility’s board Chair Rich Schwerdtfeger spoke about the power of empathy to lead innovation in a keynote speech at the John Slatin AccessU 2017 conference in Austin, Texas. Schwerdtfeger opened with a story from his early years at IBM. In 1990, when he first started working there, Windows, and its...

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