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  1. Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Attains W3C Candidate Recommendation Status

    ... testing and human evaluation. Extensive Community Feedback Incorporated "WCAG 2.0 has been developed with extensive community ...

    Originally posted on June 23, 2008. Last updated on April 19, 2012.

  2. Photosensitive Epilepsy Analysis Tool (PEAT) User Guide

    ... Firefox in Windows 10. If you have questions or feedback related to this software, please contact us or send us an email at ...

    Originally posted on March 15, 2012. Last updated on March 05, 2017.

  3. Photosensitive Epilepsy Analysis Tool

    ... in the PEAT User Guide . If you have questions or feedback related to this software, please contact us or send us an email at ...

    Originally posted on April 10, 2012. Last updated on July 26, 2017.

  4. User Needs Summary

    ... visual or auditory alternative to any subtle tactile feedback. Need visual indicators to be visible with low vision. ... be obvious or explained. Perceive feedback from operation People who are blind ...

    Originally posted on April 09, 2012. Last updated on September 26, 2012.

  5. PEAT Release Notes

    ... in the PEAT User Guide . If you have questions or feedback related to this software, please send us an email at ...

    Originally posted on April 12, 2012. Last updated on March 05, 2017.

  6. Essentials for Cross-Disability Accessible Cell Phones

    ... function to a key  Note:  Providing auditory feedback as an aid in button location can be helpful, but is not sufficient ... spaced.   Provide an audible “click” and tactile feedback to indicate button activation Touch activated buttons or ...

    Originally posted on August 23, 2012. Last updated on August 24, 2012.

  7. Considerations in the Design of Computers to Increase Their Accessibility by Persons with Disabilities

    ... which requires constant eye-hand coordination and visual feedback. Examples +    Blind individuals cannot use a mouse or ... a standard input system that requires continual visual feedback to operate (e.g., mouse, touchscreen), the computer would ...

    Originally posted on April 18, 2013. Last updated on April 18, 2013.

  8. New W3C Web Standard Defines Accessibility for Next Generation Web

    ... support. Drawing on extensive experience and community feedback, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 improve upon ... we continually introduce new technologies. We incorporated feedback from thousands of comments received during the development of WCAG 2.0 ...

    Originally posted on December 11, 2008. Last updated on April 19, 2012.

  9. State of the Science: Access to Information Technologies

    ... display [37] [28] . Kinesthetic Feedback Devices - Force feedback mice and thimbles have been developed, as well as exoskeleton joints. ...

    Originally posted on August 27, 2012. Last updated on April 04, 2013.

  10. Accessible Design of Consumer Products: Guidelines for the Design of Consumer Products to Increase Their Accessibility to People With Disabilities or Who Are Aging

    ... aid. Raised keys with indents provide better feedback then just indents (as in example above) especially if the keys have ... and the background provides maximal visual and tactile feedback as to its setting. For many types of input, direct keyboard or ...

    Originally posted on May 03, 2012. Last updated on February 28, 2013.

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