Mystery Meat 2.0 Ted Drake, Intuit Accessibility Poonam Tathavadkar, TurboTax CSUN 2017 Slides: slideshare.net/7mary4 Mystery Meat 2.0 â€“ Making hidden mobile interactions accessible from Ted Drake This presentation was created for the CSUN 2017 conference. It introduces several hidden interactions available within Android and iOS. Learn how these work and how to make them accessible. […]
I’ve met many small business owners with low vision that love using an iPad, or other tablet, as their key device. The iPad allows entrepreneurs to use a single device to handle all of their business tasks, such as point of sale, payroll, accounting, purchasing, and creating estimates on location. As a person with low […]
Daniel GÃ¶ransson introduced VoiceOver’s contradictory support for block level links on a mailing list for Apple accessibility. Specifically, Safari + VoiceOver on OSX allows the link to be announced as a single object, whereas on iOS, the link is announced as individual elements. Prior to HTML5, the link tag was an inline element and was […]
Periodically I go through my bookmarks to organize and make sure they are still relevant. There’s no reason to keep them bottled up in my browser’s toolbar, so I’m sharing them via the Accessibility Links category. I use the following links regularly while doing iOS evaluations and research.
This presentation was created for the TechShare conference in Delhi, India Feb. 2014 It shows how Intuit’s mobile strategy has encouraged accessible mobile applications. The secret behind Intuit’s mobile accessibility strategy is that it has less to do with accessibility and everything to do with user experience and user-based design. Developing a mobile accessibility strategy […]