Maureen Kraft

By Maureen (Moe) Kraft on February 14, 2017

Open Source Accessibility Tools Help Streamline Inclusive Development

IBM is embarking on a new era of open source accessibility by releasing tooling, samples and design patterns to help streamline the development of inclusive web and mobile applications. IBM has released two new projects on the developerWorks/open community, AccProbe and Va11yS, to help alleviate accessibility roadblocks during the agile development process, strengthen the user […]

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By Maureen (Moe) Kraft on August 4, 2016

Designing with Color; a Collaborative Curiosity

by Charu Pandhi (@charupandhi) and Moe Kraft (@moekraft), IBM Accessibility Research. Color is the perception we have to light reflecting off objects. It provides important information about objects and how they relate to each other. Your perception of the object’s color depends upon the context and can radically differ depending on the exposure to light […]

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By Maureen (Moe) Kraft on January 21, 2016

Accessible Innovation at Barclays Hackathon

Late last year, Barclays hosted the Superheroes vs. Master Hackers Hackathon in New York City. Organized and run by AngelHack, the event attracted a diverse group of more than 110 men and women from across the U.S. who competed for cash prizes and a chance to grow their ideas in the Barclays Accelerator Fast Track program. As a sponsor of the […]

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