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Voice Control

2022-02-17T17:11:09-05:00

This assistive technology is a voice recognition software for Apple products that allows users to control a computer using their voice, and is primarily used by those who cannot use a keyboard or mouse.

Voice Control2022-02-17T17:11:09-05:00

Alternative Text

2022-02-17T17:06:09-05:00

Alternative text ("alt text”) is an accessibility feature within image editors that makes image description text legible to screen readers.

Alternative Text2022-02-17T17:06:09-05:00

ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications)

2022-02-17T17:06:19-05:00

ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications) are a set of HTML tags and attributes standardized by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) in order to make rich internet applications accessible to assistive technology.

ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications)2022-02-17T17:06:19-05:00

Audio Description

2022-02-17T17:06:32-05:00

Audio Description is a method of describing the visuals in multimedia presentations, primarily used by those who are blind.

Audio Description2022-02-17T17:06:32-05:00

TalkBack

2022-02-17T17:10:39-05:00

TalkBack is the primary screen reader on Android devices and is most often used by those who are blind.

TalkBack2022-02-17T17:10:39-05:00

ZoomText

2022-02-17T17:11:03-05:00

ZoomText is a type of screen magnification technology primarily used by those with low vision.

ZoomText2022-02-17T17:11:03-05:00