Android Studio, as well as IntelliJ Idea and Eclipse, provide a simple solution for testing your application for accessibility errors. This short video shows how to use the testing tool to find errors and fix an input that lacks a label.
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 […]
Inclusion is the goal for all accessibility professionals. Our goal is to give everyone the freedom to accomplish any task independently. We also recognize the importance of social inclusion of people of all abilities. I’ve created a playlist of videos on YouTube that include people with different abilities in a positive spirit without falling into […]
Android Accessibility Bangalore Accessibility Week October 6-10, 2014 Ted Drake, Intuit Accessibility This presentation borrows heavily from the great presentations given by the Google Accessibility team at Google iO 2014 Android Accessibility Videos Illustration by unknown: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/559501953680642594/
Find out how QuickBooks Desktop for Windows was rebuilt to make it accessible. QuickBooks for Desktop was originally developed before Microsoft’s accessibility APIs. The program was built upon custom drawn elements and the accessibility was always minimal. However, a small group of developers and users worked together in 2013 to fix the issues within the […]