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Articles written by Robert Pearson  Accessible Media


It Takes a Village: Spirit of Accessibility Implementation is in Collaboration

Digital accessibility compliance requires a collaborative partnership between the consumer, business and IT resource for an organization-wide implementation, writes Robert Pearson. More

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Enforcing Accessibility Regulations: A Canadian Perspective

Accessibility compliance guidelines help guide the work of governments and professionals to ensure digital inclusion for users of all abilities. But how do we ensure that these guidelines are enforced and measured?  More

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An Inclusive Future for All: AMI's Highlights from HLMDD 2013

Accessible Media Inc Attends the 68th Session of High-level Meeting of the United Nations General Assembly on Disability and Development held in New York City on September 23, 2013. More

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How Emotionally Accessible is Your Media?

Would you be as emotionally connected or responsive to your favorite TV show if you only had the standard descriptive text to rely on? Robert Pearson explores emotional accessibility in ICTs and digital media. More

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#Supera11ySeason13

Once again, it is that time of the year when the #a11y (digital accessibility) community gathers to convene, discuss, present, and drive forward the mandate of providing digital accessibility on the web, in media, with ICTs and through other environments. More

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Digital Media Outcasts: Emergency Preparedness for Persons with Disabilities

Accessibility accommodations need to be as diverse as humanity itself. Robert Pearson makes a case for accessible Emergency Preparedness for Persons with Disabilities. More

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Redefining Technology

How do parents gauge technology’s impact on their children’s learning and play? Robert Pearson weighs in as a parent as well as a digital media expert and concludes that we need to rethink our conceptions of what technology is. More

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Describing Music in Television Programming

Regardless of what programming content a viewer requiring description may be watching, they should be able to expect consistent video description. This will ensure fully accessible entertainment for viewers with vision disability, writes Robert Pearson. More

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Going that Extra Mile Toward Ensuring Full Web Accessibility Compliance

As per the Ontarian Provincial Government Regulations, organizations of a certain size must adopt the W3C WCAG 2.0 standards to ensure their web properties are accessibility compliant. But disparities in the adoption timelines might not lead to the comprehensive accessibility standards that the rules aim to ensure, writes Robert Pearson.  More

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Accessing the Digital Social Playground: How Accessible Are Social Media Platforms?

Robert Pearson draws up analogies between the play equipment of physical playgrounds that children use and the digital playing fields of Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites. How accessible are these platforms, both in real life and the virtual? More

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