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  1. Tommy Edison at AccessU 2015

    by Divya Mulanjur

    Knowbility is excited to welcome Tommy Edison as keynote speaker at AccessU 2015 this May. “Being blind since birth, one of the greatest challenges I faced was accepting that I'm visually impaired.” Tommy told us.  “As I became an adult, I was forced to face my own reality and needed...

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  2. Knowbility at SXSW and CSUN 2015

    by Divya Mulanjur

    SXSW is the largest tech conference in North America; what an outstanding venue to showcase accessibility for all! Knowbility served on the advisory board reviewing panel proposals and on the Dewey Awards nominating committee; Knowbility also had a strong presence at the world’s largest Accessibility meet-up.  What an exciting way...

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  3. Written Testimony to the US Access Board from the California Council of Citizens with Low Vision

    by John Sweet

    Prepared by Wayne E. Dick, PhD Abstract The California Council of Citizens with Low Vision finds the Access Board's decision to include WCAG 2.0 Level A and AA (henceforth WCAG) by reference is admirable to harmonize standards, but inconsistent with the 1973 Rehabilitation Act. By applying 1194.22(d) from the current...

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  4. Shout Out To All OpenAIR Mentors!

    by Divya Mulanjur

    The first Accessible Internet Rally in 1998 was a simple competition; volunteers came together and created accessible websites for non-profits, in a single day. Today, OpenAIR is not just about creating accessible websites. It is about imparting advanced accessibility skills and knowledge to web designers. It is about propagating Knowbility’s...

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  5. Thank you, OpenAIR Judges!

    by Divya Mulanjur

    In its 17th year now, Open Accessibility Internet Rally (OpenAIR) has seen tremendous participation from teams all over the world. Every year, the teams are better and the competition, tougher. The teams are also mentored by the best in the field of accessibility, making it even more difficult to pick the...

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