It’s a new year and that means it’s time for the highlights of the Consumer electronics Show (CES) in the US. Some of the items that caught my attention from a disability perspective could have great implications as the year goes on.
As the year draws to a close, I thought it was a good time to reflect on some of the great accessibility improvements we’ve seen during 2022. So here are a few of my favourites.
Windows 11 is here, and will be in an update folder near you soon. Find out how our Seniors can take advantage of these to make digital technology more accessible, no matter what their abilities are.
Rich descriptions in alt text making all the difference for accessibility and equitable access to online resources
Xrai.Glass – augmented reality glasses you can buy which turn voices into subtitles in your field of view – and can translate from almost any language to another, too.…
Remote meetings and video calls seem to the be norm in our post pandemic lives, but which platforms are taking the W3C recommendations on accessibility on in earnest?
July 2022 Training
ASCCA is now calling for expressions-of-interest in July’s online classes, designed for seniors.…
Global Accessibility Awareness Day
Accessibility Heroes – one stop site for accessibility friendly places and services around Australia
Immersive environments – virtual reality potential for seniors with disabilities…