Accessibility interview questions list potential job interview questions meant to gauge someone’s understanding of digital accessibility. Quick Facts This resource suggests that you do not ask about specific facts and figures when interviewing job candidates. For example, please state verbatim the WCAG guideline 2.3 (FYI, it is “Seizures and Physical Reactions – do not designRead more about Accessibility Interview Questions[…]
Knowbility is a nonprofit organization with the mission of improving technology access for millions of youth and adults with disabilities all over the world. They provide several services, including accessibility testing, auditing, training, and a regularly updated comprehensive blog on web accessibility. Quick Facts Test and audit your website so that it is accessible. EmployingRead more about Knowbility[…]
Neils Squire Society is a comprehensive website that offers various services such as accessibility auditing, website and product testing, a service to help businesses develop an accessibility plan, an assistive technology help desk to assist users with their devices, and more. Quick Facts The Neil Squire Society provides resources for employers to create an accessibleRead more about Neil Squire Society[…]
This is a great quick summary and infographic detailing the ways people are motivated to implement accessible changes. It is a pyramid hierarchy similar to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, with Guilt being at the bottom and Inspire being at the top. Quick Facts The order of the pyramid, from top to bottom, is: Guilt as a motivationRead more about WebAIM’s Hierarchy for Motivating Accessibility Change[…]
The Accessibility 101 webinar recording is here! This video provides foundational information about accessibility in public libraries. The topics discussed include – “Introduction to Accessibility,” “Introduction to Disabilities,” “Introduction to Accessible Formats,” “Strategies for Inclusive Events,” and “What You Can Do Now For Free.” You can also access the video on the Accessible Libraries YouTubeRead more about Accessibility 101 for Canadian Public Library Staff Webinar Recording[…]
The slides for the Accessibility 101 webinar, presented on September 30, are available! They outline the different presentation subjects including: Introduction to Disabilities Introduction to Accessibility Introduction to Accessible Formats Strategies for Inclusive Events What you can do now (for free) The webinar video recording is also available!