"That would be appreciated!
If they wish help with the details, I'm happy to do so. Since I program things like this so often, I often see the code in my dreams...
Accessibility isn't really difficult, just often…"
"From what I've seen, they have a pretty bloated agenda, but it might be on there somewhere :)
The problem is that, even though you can access Google Hangouts in IE, Firefox, and Chrome, the Hangouts feature isn't designed to be accessible…"
"Sounds great! I look forward to seeing the page.
The Google hangout sounds good too, but the snag for me is that the Google hangouts feature is inaccessible for the blind, which effects me unfortunately. I've been bugging them about it,…"
"Hello,I'm not sure which types of curriculum are being developed, but I would like to make a recommendation for the education of future engineering students if this is applicable.
Accessibility is going to be a critical component within future…"
"Everything you have all said makes sense, but there is one concept that hasn't really appeared anywhere that I've seen, so I just wished to mention it here.
For example, on the LinkedIn discussion, the basic questions that were asked (why…"
I wish to improve people’s lives by incorporating accessibility within future web technologies, which will positively impact hundreds of millions who depend on such technologies for their personal success, wellbeing, and livelihood.
Being fully blind, this is very important to me, and is a goal I am committed to pursuing. Specifically, I have been studying web development and Assistive Technology interaction for the last ten years, and have devised a methodology based on mathematics and spatial positioning ratios for building fully accessible user interfaces for dynamic applications without sight.
Using this methodology, I built the AccDC API at WhatSock.com to provide a development resource for international businesses, organizations, and universities wishing to pioneer the field of Accessible Innovation. Thus allowing developers to incorporate accessibility within future web technologies, to propagate knowledge, educate engineers, and to provide a platform from which future accessible technologies can grow and evolve.
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