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  1. Size matters

    by Desiree

    In the world today, there are a growing number of people who are classified as visually impaired. Older people are losing some or all of their vision, many have eye conditions that show up later in life. Some people are born visually impaired and their parents spend many years trying...

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  2. More on employment access for people with disabilities

    by Desiree

    I recently read an article entitled, “Can hiring one employee with a disability make a difference?” How fantastic it is that there is more and more talk on this topic! The article sites the employment statistics I posted here in February of this year, as well as another survey taken...

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  3. Adobe and Accessibility

    by Desiree

    Adobe Systems INC. provides a variety of tools that are used around the world. Websites are utilizing flash content to make the internet experience more fun and interactive for users. Many are putting their content into protected PDF files, even taking it a step further and using this format for...

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  4. Facebook accepts the challenge!

    by Desiree

    Today brings an exciting development in our Facebook adventures, as they announced that they would be working closely with the American Foundation for the Blind to improve their accessibility for the visually impaired!  This is very encouraging news and to me shows that Facebook is committed to serving all of...

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  5. Usability versus Accessibility

    by Desiree

    I recently learned about Herdict, an on line forum where you can report inaccessible websites. You can decide if a site and its content are accessible to you, based on your user experience. They show these reported sites on their page and the data is updated as users add their...

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