Category Archives: accessibility

Preparing Users for a Future of Wearables (Part 2)

Posted by Nicholas Bowman |01 Sep 15 |

In part 1 of this 2-part series, Associate Professor Nick Bowman explored the social implications of wearable technologies such as Google Glass. Now, in part 2, Bowman shares results of a study conducted by his communication technology team at West Virginia University’s Interaction Lab.

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Preparing Users for a Future of Wearables (Part 2)

Posted by Nicholas Bowman |01 Sep 15 |

In part 1 of this 2-part series, Associate Professor Nick Bowman explored the social implications of wearable technologies such as Google Glass. Now, in part 2, Bowman shares results of a study conducted by his communication technology team at West Virginia University’s Interaction Lab.

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Styling Forms Accessibly

Posted by Amanda Cheung |02 Jul 15 |

Forms. They’re everywhere, from ecommerce to healthcare. Amanda Cheung, a speaker at upcoming Madison + UX, explains how to make sure forms are accessible to everyone.

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Styling Forms Accessibly

Posted by Amanda Cheung |02 Jul 15 |

Forms. They’re everywhere, from ecommerce to healthcare. Amanda Cheung, a speaker at upcoming Madison + UX, explains how to make sure forms are accessible to everyone.

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Testing for Presence in an Invisible Interface

Posted by Brandon McCartney |21 Apr 15 |

As important as testing is to site usability, we too often forget to test for accessibility. This week, author Brandon McCartney suggests a new form of testing to ensure sites are universally usable.

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Testing for Presence in an Invisible Interface

Posted by Brandon McCartney |21 Apr 15 |

As important as testing is to site usability, we too often forget to test for accessibility. This week, author Brandon McCartney suggests a new form of testing to ensure sites are universally usable.

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