In this video playlist from the team at Youdescribe, you can watch a series of videos making a video tutorial on the “art” of creating good audio descriptions for videos.Read more
Wether you prefer learning by watching videos over reading, or you are looking for something “different” about a specific accessibility-related topic, in this section you can find videos that can help you out improve the accessibility of your websites or applications. Interesting conversations about accessibility in general or practical demonstrations will be included as well.
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With over 65% of the world population being visual learners, meaning that they learn and remember best through visual communication, it is very important to make sure that all images used in these learning and communication processes are accessible.Read more
In this video from Deque Systems, you can learn how to get the most out of Axe Dev Tools, a free browser extension that allows you to perform automated accessibility testing of web pages and web applications, identifying issues and providing remediation guidance to help you fix them whenever possible.Read more
In this video from the ICT-Accessibility Lab of the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), you can get an introduction to PAVE (PDF Accessibility Validation Engine), an award-winning web service aimed at evaluating and improving the accessibility of PDF documents.Read more
In this video from Apple World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2020, you can discover how to support hardware keyboards for your iPadOS and Mac Catalyst apps: you can learn how the so-called “responder chain” works, how to get up and running with common system keyboard shortcuts, use modifier flags with gesture recognizers, and leverage the raw keyboard event API to respond to key down and key up events.Read more
In this video from Apple World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2022, you can discover some techniques for building rich, accessible web apps by using custom controls, Speech Synthesis Markup Language (SSML), and the dialog element.Read more
In this short video from MetalPopGames, you can learn how to get started making the interface of your [Unity]/https://unity.com) game accessible for blind and visually impaired users by leveraging the Unity UI Accessibility Plugin (UAP).Read more
In this advanced tutorial from Apple World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2021 you will find out how to “go beyond the basics to deliver an exceptional accessibility experience”.Read more