Recently Videotelephony had the pleasure of meeting Chris Maley, a remarkable and intelligent person, from the 20/200 project.
This company is focused on developing mobile applications, (think apps on an iPhone for example) and making accessible to everyone. In addition to working to make websites for companies more accessible to all user.
You might be thinking, how are apps, websites and other online mediums inaccessible at the moment?
If you had a vision impairment, a learning disability or even a hearing loss you would experience the world in a completely different...
So what does video accessibility mean anyway?
You have the ability to turn on captions for certain television shows. This allows you to read what is being said. Many people never use this feature but for some people it's a need! Video accessibility is one of our specialties at Videotelephony. What this means is that different people have different needs. Your clients may be deaf, legally blind, hard of hearing, dyslexic or have any number of other disabilities preventing them from completely understanding your offering and limiting their ability to make an informed purchase.
Captioning in live...