Accessibility In Real Life

We talk a lot about accessibility when it comes to our websites and applications. We run our sites through the online testing validators, but I don’t think we do enough real-world testing with users who need to access our information.

I recently came across this video from Licia Prehn, who is legally blind.  She took the time to make a video to show how she browses Reddit. For her, accessibility means something different than screen-readers, high-contrast displays and more.  Have a look…

Read more at HigherEdWebTech.com…

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