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  1. Hardware Accessibility

    by Desiree

    We focus a lot of attention on accessibility of websites and web content.  There are several resources out there, from Knowbility’s accessibility training and consulting services to actual guides, such as the book “Maximum Accessibility,” written by Sharron Rush and John Slatin.  But recently, the question was raised about hardware...

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  2. iAps Help People with Disabilities

    by Desiree

    I know, iAp isn’t really a word, but it’s the only thing I could think of to call them.  Since Apple’s Ipod touch and iPhone have come out, there has been thousands of applications developed for these portable devices.  These aps can do many things, from telling you what song...

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  3. World Usability Day, November 2009

    by Desiree

    On November 12 2009, I participated in World Usability Day in Dallas TX.  I had never been to one of these events before and it was a fantastic experience.  Knowbility had a booth where we spread the word about what we do, and I provided some website demos using JAWS. ...

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  4. Playing with Podcasting

    by Desiree

    Earlier this month, a friend from our local Tech Lunch group gave me the idea of starting a Knowbility podcast.  Of course we have our blog, but a podcast would open some other doors and allow us to do some audio demos, interviews, and a host of other fun things. ...

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  5. What about accessibility?

    by Desiree

    October is National Disability Employment Awareness month (NDEAM), and in the past few days, I have seen several articles and messages bringing this topic to the forefront.  Yesterday, a press release came out of Washington that described some steps that will be taken to help the approximately 54,000,000 Americans with...

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