8 Matching Annotations
  1. Jan 2024
    1. This news article follows the understandable principle, in that it does not contain long, unbroken text passages or cluttered visual design. This prevents individuals living with dyslexia and ADHD struggling to interpret this news article.

    2. This website follows the operable principle, in that individuals with motor impairment are able to navigate the webpage without the use of a mouse by tabbing through the different elements on the webpage and the navigation bar. Additionally, this webpage does not contain any "hover interaction", which would be inaccessible to those who are unable to use a mouse.

    3. The navigation bar at the top of this webpage has clear contrast between the background and the foreground. This ensures that individuals experiencing limited vision will be able to navigate the website and tell the difference between the background and the foreground.

    4. The video at the beginning of this news article contains closed captions, ensuring that individuals experiencing auditory impairment are able to access the content.

    5. The image in this new article has a descriptive <alt> tag of 125 characters or less that a screen reader can read. This description is also concise while still containing enough detail to describe the image. Additionally, it does not contain random letters and numbers assigned to many image files.

  2. Sep 2023
    1. There has also been special debate about the right way to think of development in infancy.

      A thought does come around on the "right way to think" This seems like the perfect opportunity for the differences in right or wrong and how the outcome of the infant might be affected by it. The right way to think seems more of a realization on what is socially normal or socially acceptable when thinking of the right way to think. Now that thought is the process figures out, but what must an adult realize?

  3. Nov 2021
    1. Which is precisely what got some of these people into trouble, because the definition of acceptable has radically changed in the past few years.


  4. Oct 2020