In the bustling world of digital communication, grabbing and retaining attention is no easy feat. This rings particularly true for digital signage, where viewers are bombarded with information and have only fleeting moments to absorb messages. The critical message for … Continue reading Crafting Accessible Digital Signage: A Guide for Inclusive Communication
Unsure of how to write alt text for images, or find it difficult to put into words what it is you’re looking at? Why not offload these tasks to ChatGPT? I created a custom GPT (outlined below) designed to write … Continue reading Alt Text Reimagined: ChatGPT’s Pioneering Path To Web Equality
Are you a student who’d like your PDF to be more accessible? Are you a faculty member who is unsure how to make the material you scanned pass the Moodle Accessibility File Scan? Making PDFs more accessible can be easy. … Continue reading Making PDFs more accessible
Around my junior year of high school, I knew that I wanted to pursue a career in ethical technology and artificial intelligence. Although being a career field that was still in some ways emerging, it was still too broad. Tech … Continue reading How Digital Accessibility Opened New Career Possibilities for Me
I had the opportunity recently to attend a Section 508 Best Practices Webinar: Maps for All – Building Accesible Maps, hosted by the Great Lakes ADA Center. The two presenters, Kelley Bailey the Section 508 Application Testing Team Lead of … Continue reading Maps for All!
You may have noticed that the filescan block looks a bit different in your Moodle course this semester. Well, that’s because it is! This summer we’ve been hard at work rewriting the filescan block to harder, better, faster and stronger. … Continue reading Say Hello 👋 to the New Moodle Accessibility Filescan Block