Quick Tip from WebAIM – Just use a button Many modern web sites and applications often provide components that function as buttons, but are not marked up as true button elements. Native buttons provide excellent accessibility – native keyboard focus indicators, keyboard activation, proper screen reader semantics, etc. When any… Continue Reading Web Accessibility Tip – November 2017
Apparently in the latest iteration of MS-Office 365, the Word application now provides some “assistance” when entering an image/picture to a document by creating some suggested Alternative Description language and a dialog box asking you, “How would you describe this picture and its contents to someone who is blind? (1… Continue Reading Microsoft adds automatic Alt Description to MS-Word
Answer: The 5,000 pound gorilla in the back of the room. From Wikipedia: “Audio description, also referred to as a video description, described video, or more precisely called a visual description, is an additional narration track intended primarily for blind and visually impaired consumers of visual media (including television and… Continue Reading What is audio description?