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Articles written by Robert Pearson  Accessible Media


Making the Commitment to Universal Inclusion

If universal inclusion is to find traction and establish itself within an organization, support for it must come from the highest levels, writes Robert Pearson. More

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Accessible Media Inc Presents at the 2014 M-Enabling Summit Conference this June

Robert Pearson reviews the 2014 M-Enabling Summit Conference and Showcase in Washington DC, where he was a panelist and a presenter on accessible mobile applications for persons with disabilities.  More

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Push Button Accessibility

Persons with Disabilities can have easy access to media if there is consistency in the technologies available to distributors regardless of their location, writes Robert Pearson.  More

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Customizing Accessibility in the Digital Age

Accessibility isn’t a one-size-fits-all paradigm, writes Robert Pearson, making a case for device-independent accessibility provisions by harnessing the power of the Internet for users of all abilities. More

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An Accessibility Bill of Rights for Digital Inclusion

With the World Wide Web celebrating a quarter of century of being in existence, Robert Pearson explores what a Bill of Rights for Digital Inclusion should comprise, for a more inclusive web. More

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Presenting on Emerging Assistive Technologies at CSUN 2014

Robert Pearson presented at the 29th Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference (CSUN), held in San Diego, California, from March 17-22, 2014. Read his event review.  More

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Multi-sensory Emotional Accessibility

The next step in the evolution of making media accessible to persons with disabilities could include senses beyond sight and hearing, says Robert Pearson.  More

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Wearable Reality: From Science Fiction to a Store Near You

Wearable computing or gadgets that you wear on your body have already hit stores. Are users with disabilities ready to adopt them? More

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Making Our Encyclopedia Accessible in the Digital Age

In the move from the analog to the digital, media creators and consumers must make a concerted effort to ensure that users of all abilities have access to all forms of media, be it music, movies, news, or content. More

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Cooking with Four Senses: Accessible Media Inc's New Culinary Show Focuses on Accessible Cooking

Accessible Media Inc's new show, Four Senses, showcases the culinary wizardry of blind Master Chef winner Christine Ha. How do blind persons navigate the kitchen? More

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