Resource Links: Section 508 Resource Center by the US Access Board WCAG 2.0 – web guidelines for accessibility via the World Wide Web Consortium Not only is Section 508 different from the Americans with Disabilities Act, but Section 508 doesn’t necessarily mean the website of a library or local government office will be accessible. So…Read More Section 508 and ADA, part the first
For years, I did not like Electronic Arts as a company. Recently though, I’m starting to appreciate them, because like several other large technology and entertainment companies, they’re building up their resources in terms of accessibility and educating people about accessibility options available. You can check out the Electronic Arts accessibility site, if you want…Read More More Access – Electronic Arts
Long time since I’ve posted, my apologies. Got hit with computing issues right when I was finishing up not only a freelance assignment, but also a graduate semester. In any case! I love working towards inclusion in games, video gaming and in tabletop. But sometimes, I have to go outside of my experience: whether it’s…Read More Sensitivity reads – what are they?
It’s been sparse lately because the PC I’m using is finally showing its age. That, and all the writing assignments I’m trying to complete before it finally goes down. So I’m raising funds to try and get a new computer, for work as well as grad school (i.e., one computer to do all those things),…Read More Computer dying, my apologies