I recently gave a presentation for Maxability about color contrast. This is a complex topic and could never be fully covered in one hour. I hoped to bring some understanding of why we still have problems with color contrast, understanding why designers may use a color that doesn’t meet color contrast requirements, and strategies to […]
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. […]
Ted Drake, Intuit Accessibility Sarah Margolis-Greenbaum, Intuit Accessibility CSUN 2018 Trickle Down Accessibility from Ted Drake Disclaimer This presentation is not about reducing your support for blind and low-vision. Itâ€™s about building better products by expanding your outreach. This topic could be considered controversial, but thatâ€™s not the intention. This is about expansion. Focusing on […]
Matt May tweeted an observation in 2016 introducing Trickle-Down Accessibility and recognized prioritizing our blind customers could lead to less support for others.
Learn how your company can collect and share data metrics for accessible product development, employee resources, and customer outreach. This presentation reflects lessons learned from the Intuit Accessibility team and other technology companies.