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  1. An Evening of SXSW Winning Shorts with Tommy Edison

    by Molly Moore

    Knowbility is excited to welcome Blind Film Critic, Tommy Edison back for a second year of the audio description contest as a part of AccessU 2016. “The audio description contest is a lot of fun,” Tommy said. “It’s a thing that a lot of sighted people don’t know about, you...

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  2. Welcome to AccessU 2016!

    by Molly Moore

    AccessU is an annual conference that brings leading experts from around the globe to Austin, TX to teach and talk about accessible design skills. The conference provides practical resources, encouraging participants to explore various aspects of digital inclusion and master role-based skills involved in launching successful accessibility initiatives. This year’s...

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  3. AccessU has an (almost) accessible app

    Each year after John Slatin AccessU, Knowbility's annual web accessibility training conference, we sit down with stakeholders to debrief and suggest improvements. In 2015 the deep yearning was for an app. Attendees, instructors, and staff felt an AccessU app would help everyone stay in touch with general events, quickly communicate...

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  4. Jan McSorley will keynote AccessU 2016

    by Divya Mulanjur

    Knowbility is pleased and very excited to announce that Jan McSorley will be the keynote speaker for AccessU 2016! Jan has vast and varied experience building and inspiring teams to integrate digital accessibility into all they do.  From early days spent persuading her peers at the Texas School for the Blind...

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  5. Heroes of Accessibility: An Introduction

    by Divya Mulanjur

    What is Heroes of Accessibility? We're big fans of superheroes here at Knowbility. We love the stories as much as we love what they stand for - triumph of all that is good and just. But we also are huge fans of a different league of superheroes - the every day...

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