Inclusive Design includes more than recognizing challenges for our customers with a disability. It also recognizes the intersections between ability, race, gender, socioeconomic, and family dynamics. Including diverse voices in your product design and customer interviews will lead to greater products that support all of our customers. Organizations and resources to explore Intersectionality – National […]
Artificial Intelligence and Accessibility for Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2020 Machine learning and artificial intelligence are keywords used to describe the process of building complex interactions based on large amounts of data. While the industry has been evolving steadily since the 1950’s, we are now at a point where there’s universal access to the technology. […]
There’s a tremendous amount of government data available on the internet today. It’s an open data revolution led by the United States and the United Kingdom. This data ranges from the basic (crime, weather, finances, education) to the obscure (suicide rates, bicycle accidents). Through analysis, data can expose inefficiencies, corruption, geo-distributed social patterns, and successful policies. Data transparency flips the tables and gives citizens the tools to hold government more accountable.
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This is a republished version of AOL’s DHTML Style Guide, as it appeared on January 27, 2013. It was captured via Internet Archive and republished with the hopes of keeping this important part of web development alive.