For International Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Awareness Month, Google has brought Assistant to US company Tobii Dynavox’s applications and services. New Delhi: Google has brought new updates to its Assistant that will help people with disabilities gain more independence… Read More ›
“I think designers graphic designers, really like grotesque typefaces. They have a modern flavour, and that’s probably borne out of the corporate identities, and science fiction films and road signage and things people see in the world and feel like… Read More ›
The Coronavirus Outbreak live Latest Updates Maps and Cases Vaccine Tracker Measures to Boost Vaccine Rates Economy The pandemic has made work and social life more accessible for many. People with disabilities are wondering whether virtual accommodations will last.
Judy Heumann I was born in 1947. And in 1949, there was another polio epidemic and I had polio. When I was 5 years old, my mother took me to school to register me. And that was the first time… Read More ›
This ignorance, this lack of information promotes negative stereotypes. Interview with Lorena Julio, human rights advocate and Co-Founder of Comparlante. Hosted by Antonio Santos, Debra Ruh and Neil Milliken. Lorena Julio is a human rights advocate with a Master in Compared Public… Read More ›
How Naughty Dog made The Last of Us Part II so accessible
Diversity in Remote Work— Moving Towards More Inclusive Teams and Organisations
Yesterday on #axschat Twitter chat our guest was Stephen J. Wampler.
May 23rd – #axschat Twitter chat with Rosemary Musachio.Chief Accessibility Officer at Ruh Global Communications.
Rosemary Musachio When Rosemary was born on September 13, 1966, at an American naval hospital in Pozzuoli, Italy, the doctor asked her parents, “What will you do with her?” Her parents looked at each other and thought he was crazy. … Read More ›