Articles about Acessibilidade

Mais que uma mera transcrição: a legenda como uma prática útil

Futurama screenshot of hypnotoad with subtitles.

A legenda é mais que uma mera transcrição e é fundamental para a acessibilidade e a usabilidade. Este artigo apresenta textos de legendas inerentemente subjetivos e interpretativos. [Leia mais]

Serviços de personalização: criação de terminais públicos acessíveis

Man in wheelchair at ATM

Uma nova geração de caixas eletrônicos e de máquinas de venda de bilhetes acessíveis e utilizáveis utiliza duas abordagens de interação personalizada para superar as barreiras enfrentadas por muitas pessoas, incluindo as pessoas com deficiência. [Leia mais]

Comunicação de Campo Próximo: como a NFC pode ajudar deficientes visuais

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A tecnologia de Comunicação de Campo Próximo tem o potencial de criar experiências maravilhosas para os deficientes visuais. Este artigo analisa algumas incursões iniciais ao NFC impulsionadas pela acessibilidade. [Leia mais]

Tornar a Internet acessível a todos

Uma resenha de "A Web for Everyone", de Sarah Horton e Whitney Quesenbery. Uma visão de um futuro no qual todos nós podemos usar a internet. [Leia mais]

Devemos conduzir esse estudo de usabilidade? Considerações éticas nas avaliações

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Pode não ser ético conduzir uma avaliação da experiência do usuário? Uma avaliação da acessibilidade antes de um teste de usabilidade pode prevenir situações frustrantes, dolorosas ou difíceis. [Leia mais]

A palavra “A”: acessibilidade como parte da experiência do usuário

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A acessibilidade é muitas vezes mal entendida, caluniada ou mal interpretada. Para criar experiências digitais extraordinárias, a acessibilidade deve vir acompanhada de usabilidade, criatividade e tecnologia. [Leia mais]

A Mágica da Identificação do Dinheiro Móvel

Como pessoas cegas identificam as cédulas de dólares norte-americanos e de outras moedas sem ajuda? Aplicativos móveis a preços acessíveis estão dando liberdade para os portadores de deficiência visual. [Leia mais]

(English) Separate but Unequal: Web Interfaces for People with Disabilities

(English) A separate, unequal interface is not an acceptable accessibility solution. Good design values having one interface accessible to the widest range of users and situations. [Leia mais]

(English) Looking Closely at e-Learning: Vision Research Reveals Ways to Improve Children’s Experiences

children looking at a laptop

(English) Research on the effects of children’s long-term computer use is extremely limited; there remain key research questions that need to be answered. [Leia mais]

(English) Designing
 for Children
 with ADHD: The Search for Guidelines for Non-Experts

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(English) Expert designers sensitive to established usability guidelines should be capable of designing software that is suitable for both ADHD and non-ADHD children. [Leia mais]

(English) Integrating Usability and Accessibility: Things Every UX Professional Should Know

(English) Integrating usability and accessibility, which share a common goal, will enhance both practices and result in better user experiences. [Leia mais]

(English) ICT and People with Cognitive Disabilities: Variations in Assistive Technology

(English) Usability professionals should make a point of recruiting people with disabilities, including cognitive disabilities, for focus groups and for user test panels. [Leia mais]

(English) Design to Read: Guidelines for People Who Do Not Read Easily

(English) This article explores the possibility that similar guidelines for designing and writing clearly and simply can make reading easier for many groups and many situations. [Leia mais]

(English) Accessible, Private, and Independent Voting: The Prime III Voting System

(English) The Prime III Voting System is pursuing the ultimate goal of electronic voting systems; a single design that allows everyone to vote privately and independently. [Leia mais]

(English) Usability Testing by People with Disabilities: Some Guerrilla Tactics

(English) Guerrilla usability testing software assists testing with people with disabilities leading to more usable and accessible software for all users—disabled, non-disabled, and seniors. [Leia mais]

(English) Universal Life: Multi-User Virtual Environments for People with Disabilities

(English) It’s necessary to consider the benefit that barrier-free virtual environments provide for people with disabilities in terms of pain management, distraction, and socialization. [Leia mais]

(English) Accessibility on the Web: The Web Accessibility Initiative

(English) WAI provides an international forum for collaboration among industry, disability organizations, accessibility researchers, government, and individuals interested in web accessibility. [Leia mais]

(English) Solving Interaction and Design for All: Tackling UX Challenges with Accessibility Insights

(English) Focusing on accessibility objectives can help surface UX issues go beyond “accidental benefits” and improve a product or site’s overall usability through accessibility insights. [Leia mais]

(English) STC Conference Accessibility Guides: How (and Why) They Were Created

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(English) The Conference Accessibility Guide of the Society for Technical Communication is a source of information for conference attendees with accessibility issues. [Leia mais]

(English) The View from Here: A Call to Action for Universal Design from the United Nations

(English) Usability professionals should lead the implementation of the dispositions of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities relative to accessibility and universal design. [Leia mais]

(English) Book Review: Providing Access for All

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(English) This compendium provides intellectual tools for those active in changing the world by making products and services more available to all who could benefit from them. [Leia mais]

(English) Editor’s Note: Why Usable Accessibility?

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Desculpe-nos, mas este texto esta apenas disponível em English. [Leia mais]

(English) What’s News: Blio Software: E-reader = Easy to Read?

(English) Blio, designed to make e-books accessible to the visually impaired, allows users to read, or have read to them, e-books on regular computers or handheld devices. [Leia mais]

(English) New Standards to Help Screen Readers Navigate Web Forms: Techniques to Improve Usability for All

Desculpe-nos, mas este texto esta apenas disponível em English. [Leia mais]

(English) The View from Here: Raising the Floor

(English) Raising the Floor is creating an open source set of tools to create free public access features built directly into information infrastructure, facilitating affordable assistive technologies. [Leia mais]

(English) Forms Management: What Forms Managers Think About

(English) To create really good electronic forms, as with paper forms, you need to consult with all parties to assess fully their needs. [Leia mais]

(English) More than Skin Deep (Book Review)

(English) This book’s focus on accessibility during the entire user-centered design process integrates accessibility throughout product development and provides readers with a readable introduction to incorporating these concerns into daily professional practice. [Leia mais]

(English) Book Review: Seeing the World through a Differently Wired Brain

(English) This book contains a matter-of-fact approach to dealing with the problems and strengths of autistic people by providing a different way of seeing the world. [Leia mais]

(English) The View from Here: Game Over?

(English) People with physical disabilities want, demand, and deserve to play games. Let’s make games more accessible, for them and for our future selves. [Leia mais]