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Digital Accessibility and You

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I have been working on a series of blog posts on digital accessibility for the last several months. This is a topic that is near and dear to my heart, as I am a disabled student and worker in a digital world. I try to advance projects and accessibility in general, and to lead and teach by example.  This series has several parts, most focus on insuring that digital material is accessible to adaptive technology such as screen readers. There are also tips and ideas on organization to assist those with pattern and cognitive disabilities, and those with color blindness and low or no vision.

What is Digital Accessibility?

A Universe of Universal Design

Ensuring Accessibility of Non-HTML Content

Creating and Maintaining Accessibility: PDFs (Part 1)

Creating and Maintaining Accessibility: PDFs (Part 2)

Accessible Fonts in Documents

Creating and Maintaining Accessibility: Microsoft Word, Part 1

Creating and Maintaining Accessibility: Microsoft Word, Part 2

Creating and Maintaining Accessibility: Microsoft Word, Part 3

Creating and Maintaining Accessibility: Microsoft Word, Part 4 

I hope to others in the future dealing with Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. The Google Suite is also something I have been looking at doing eventually; docs, sheets, and slides. 

Mostly, I hope this helps you all make your projects, papers, and files more accessible. These tips can help you and those who use assistive technologies.

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