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Considerations for making an accessible kiosk

Posted on Thursday, 16 November 2017 by Ryan Jones
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Special thanks to Matt Feldman for his contributions. From airports and train stations to government offices, restaurants, grocery stores and retailers, the use of kiosk machines is widespread as a convenience for customers and an alternative to human service by the kiosk provider. Long gone are the days where an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) was […]

Mobile Accessibility Testing Guide for Android and iOS – free

The TPG Mobile Accessibility Testing for Android and iOS (PDF, 2.6MB) is a free accessible PDF outlining how to test native apps and the web for accessibility on Android and iOS. It provides an overview of accessibility settings, how to use them and common testing tools. Instructions on how to test content are provided for […]

Accessibility Scotland 2017

Posted on Tuesday, 24 October 2017 by David Swallow

The second Accessibility Scotland conference took place in Edinburgh on September 22nd. Accessibility Scotland was started up in 2016 by a group of local accessibility advocates—Kevin White, Wojtek Kutyla, Peter Heery, and TPG’s David Sloan—as an annual gathering where people could get together to chat about accessibility and inclusive design in an informal setting. For […]

Slides: Fronteers 2017: 1Up Your Writing with Plain Language

Posted on Wednesday, 18 October 2017 by Ashley Bischoff

I just recently got back from the Fronteers conference in Amsterdam. (And I have to say—the conference was organized spectacularly. I’d recommend it to anyone.) Writing reports and documentation is nothing new for many of us—we write them all the time. But even though we may do our best to write clearly, those who receive […]