From guide dogs to guide robots

Written by Rafal Charlampowicz, Contact him at LinkedIn This article is not about digital accessibility. It’s about guide robots and guide dogs and sometimes even about human guides. I hope it will be useful for robot designers  and interesting for people who would like to know more about guide dogs, guiding and navigation. Why don’t

Published Mobile Site and Native App Accessibility Testing articles

Don’t forget that all this information is already online in Word format, so if you can’t wait check out our page on Mobile testing. Welcome to our series on the ICT Symposium’s Mobile Site and Native App Accessibility Testing. For the next few months we will be posting a couple of articles a week! We

AccessibilityOz is turning 12!

This month, AccessibilityOz celebrates its 12th birthday! We’re just as busy as ever, and we’d love for you to join us at some of the conferences we’ll be attending over the next few weeks. Our CEO, Gian, will be speaking on the Mobile Site and Native App Accessibility Testing Guidelines at Midwest Drupal Camp and

The five stages of grief, AKA accepting accessibility

Recently I spoke on a panel at the M-Enabling Summit about Accessibility in SaaS (Software as a Service). This is basically what I do, all day, every day, and I’ve been doing it for many years (so many years that it’s starting to get embarrassing—unless I started in accessibility when I was five years old!).

iOS Voice Control saves the day!

Simplified summary The Voice Control feature in iOS is very helpful for accessibility testers. This feature shows the accessible name of all interface controls on mobile apps. This makes it much easier to control the device with voice, because you can see the correct labels. Voice Control is also easy to turn on. Article text

Accessibility Basics Part 2: WCAG

In this 2-part article series, we take our popular webinar and presentation “Accessibility Basics” and present it in an easy-to-understand article format. Part 1 begins by explaining what web accessibility is and why it’s needed. In this part, we introduce WCAG. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, or WCAG, were written by accessibility specialists, people with disabilities