Pardon the title of this posting, but apparently, it did get your attention. I held an informal training program a few years ago about how to create PowerPoint presentations that were engaging, accessible and professional-looking. I decided to make my point more dramatic by showing a couple of clips of… Continue Reading Presentations that don’t suck
The term “universal design” come from the world of architecture where the initial goal was to build buildings that provided “barrier free” access to persons with disabilities. But the goal was quickly expanded to create features in the building design that helped all people, not just those with disabilities. One… Continue Reading What is Universal Design?
I prepared this article at the request of folks at AT Program News where it will also appear. Thank you to Eliza Anderson for editorial services! About twenty years ago I sat in the basement of the library on the campus of Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) staring at the… Continue Reading Approaching Accessibility