User Experience

By Frances West on February 22, 2016

Mobilizing the Human Experience

Mobile is the lifeline to the world we live in today. We wake up in the morning and addictively check our devices. Before falling asleep, we cuddle up next to them. When experiencing some uncomfortable moment or loneliness during the day, we find solace in our mobile surrogate. By 2020, 70 percent of the world […]

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By Brent Shiver on February 9, 2016

Increasing Engagement Through Captions

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if only a tiny fraction of videos on the Internet had sound? How useful would they be, especially as video will account for 79 percent of all Internet traffic by 2018? When you turn that scenario around and realize the infinitesimally small number of videos that […]

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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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By Tim Powers on January 11, 2016

Accessible Digital Publishing: An Interview with George Kerscher

George Kerscher is dedicated to developing technology to make information not only accessible, but fully functional in the hands of persons who are blind and disabled. He himself is blind, and started to develop computer-based information technology in 1987 and coined the term “print disabled” to describe people who cannot effectively read print because of […]

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By Ram (P G) Ramachandran on December 6, 2015

Opening Inclusive Channels of Online Commerce

There are many unsolved mysteries in our world – Big Foot, Stonehenge, Donald Trump’s hair, whether there was a second shooter on the grassy knoll, the finale of Sopranos, and whether Tom Brady deliberately deflated his footballs. However, with accessibility on the case, the mystery behind why consumers have difficulty logging onto websites, adding items […]

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