Articles written by Nilofar AnsherMobile Accessibility Guidelines by the Swedish Internet Fund Funka
In a project funded by the Swedish Internet Fund, Funka has developed guidelines for the development of accessible mobile interfaces MoreComments: 0
For Students with Disabilities, Personalized Technology is Great Equalizer
David Banes has been advocating for the use of technology for people with disabilities and special needs since 1994, initiating programs and seeking out ways to apply technology to creating accessibility for an underserved population. MoreComments: 0
International Seminar on the Implementation of the World Report on Disability
On occasion of the launch of the Portuguese version of the WHO-World Bank release, 'World Report on Disability', an International Seminar took place in São Paulo, Brazil from February 23-25, 2012. MoreComments: 0
Curating the World of Educational Apps
With a bank of 40,000 educational apps that have been cataloged, reviewed, and approved, a Tennessee initiative hopes to make it easier for educators to use apps in the classroom and beyond, writes Toni Furhman MoreComments: 0
Does Accessibility Have to be Perfect?
Joe Dolson of Accessible Web Design attended the CSUN 2012 session on 'Does Accessibility Have to be Perfect'. This is the session transcript produced in its entirety. MoreComments: 0
Recommendations for Providing Accessible Technology for Students to Enhance Personalized Learning
Anthony Salcito, vice president of education for Microsoft Corp.’s Worldwide Public Sector organization, discusses accessible technology for students and reports on practical solutions for educators. MoreComments: 0
How Trustworthy Computing Enhanced Accessibility at Microsoft
Rob Sinclair, Chief Accessibility Officer at Microsoft, talks about the impact that is created at the corporate level when accessibility is incorporated in the design stage itself.
Is There a Need for a Professional Accessibility Society?
Leonie Watson, Director of Accessibility & Web Development at Nomensa, shares her thought after attending the ATIA - AIA Forum at CSUN 2012: "Taking Accessibility Mainstream: Making the Case for an International Society of Accessibility Professionals" MoreComments: 0
An Open Market of Assisted Living Apps for Older People
The success of Apple's App Store and the Android Market has inspired EU-funded developers of ‘Ambient assisted-living’ (AAL) solutions to develop their own open application marketplace and work together on interoperable platforms. In doing so, they are hoping to mainstream technology that will help older people live more active and comfortable lives. MoreComments: 0
Under Construction: A Global Leadership Network of AT Centers
G3ict presents at ATIA - AIA "Taking Accessibility Mainstream: Making the Case for an International Society of Accessibility Professionals" at the CSUN 2012 Conference, San Diego, California MoreComments: 0