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  1. Skip Links Design Showcase

    by Christopher Schmitt

    Every time a page loads, keyboard and screen reader users start at the top of the page, navigating through a header section that contains the organization’s name or page title, site navigation, and who knows what else until they get to the unique content on that page. If a user...

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  2. Joe Devon, co-founder of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, to make inaugural appearance at AccessU

    AccessU, Knowbility’s accessibility training conference, starts next week. We’ll have a range of classes covering content, design, coding, and more. For the first time, Los Angeles-based developer and entrepreneur Joe Devon will join us in Austin. Joe is best known in the accessibility community as the co-founder of Global Accessibility...

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  3. Where to Find Knowbility at CSUN 2019

    The 34th CSUN Assistive Technology Conference will be held in Anaheim, California from March 11-15. Executive Director Sharron Rush), folks from our tech team, and Knowbility board members will be there in full force. Here’s a list of sessions we’ll be leading or co-presenting. Note that every session will be...

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  4. Where to Find Knowbility at SxSW 2019

    For Austinites, March is SxSW season. It’s an honor for Knowbility to again join this annual tradition. If you are attending SXSW Edu today, catch our session on K-12 accessibility (details below). We won’t be at the expo this year, but we will be around from March 4-6. As soon...

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  5. Tips for Making Accessible Emails: Text Alternatives for Images

    Our series on accessible email continues. In my last post, I explored ways to create subject lines that are more user-friendly to people who are blind or low vision. In this post, I’ll describe ways to make images in email accessible. As a screen reader user for nearly 20 years...

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