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CSUN Session Preview: Interactive Maps – How Do You Make Them Accessible?

Maps are a very important source of information for blind users. Maps designers should never assume the data they prepare won’t ever be used by people with visual impairment. In the third of her three CSUN presentations this year, Gian looks at what makes an interactive map inaccessible, and what can be done to make

CSUN Session Preview: Social Media and Accessibility

For several years now, Gian Wild has been monitoring and assessing the accessibility of the four biggest (Western) social networks – Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and LinkedIn – to users with disabilities. This has been reflected in a series of articles and presentations tracking the changes over the years. In the second of her three CSUN

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AccessibilityOz is an accessibility consultancy based in Australia and the United States. Gian Wild, the founder and Director, has worked on the accessibility of various web sites since 1998 and spent six years with the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Working Group contributing to WCAG2. AccessibilityOz offers a range of accessibility services and products to organisations and Government departments around the world. We have completed hundreds of audits and run training sessions and seminars over the last ten years for clients including United Nations, National Science Foundation, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Bureau of Meteorology and McDonalds.

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