Accessible content for Instagram - mysunuband
  • Mar 29, 2022
Accessible content for Instagram

We'll learn how to insert alt. text for Instagram. Instagram does use technology recognition that automatically generates descriptions of the objects for screen readers, it is always best if we can add our own alt. text to our images. 

Accessibility for Facebook Pt. 2 - mysunuband
  • Mar 29, 2022
Accessibility for Facebook Pt. 2

Facebook allows its users to give alt descriptions of every image and video, which facilitates the subtitles for screen readers and other assistive technology.

Accessible content for Facebook Pt.1 - mysunuband
  • Mar 29, 2022
Accessible content for Facebook Pt.1

The Facebook Help Center offers a lot of information about accessibility to their users, including instructions step by step to utilize the shortcut keys using a keyboard, screen readers, subtitles for videos and much more.

Accessible Content on Twitter - mysunuband
  • Mar 29, 2022
Accessible Content on Twitter

Continuing with the series of posts focused on web accessibility and social networks, today we will talk about how to be more accessible and more inclusive when communicating on social networks. We will go step by step since this is a beautiful but giant world. We will start with Twitter and later with the rest of the networks.

Accessibility in social media - mysunuband
  • Mar 25, 2022
Accessibility in social media

We have given ourselves the task of evaluating some of today's most important social networks. And you may be asking yourself, what's that for? Well, social networks are part of our world today and have a huge impact, at this point, it is almost impossible to imagine life without social networks, they have become part of our work, entertainment, communication, and even education.

The World of Web Accessibility - mysunuband
  • Mar 25, 2022
The World of Web Accessibility

If you are a user of screen readers either on your mobile or on a computer, surely more than once you have said or thought "This page is not accessible!" and we say this because some buttons have no name, or simply our reader cannot tell us exactly what is on the screen. 

Tyflotechnology - mysunuband
  • Mar 18, 2022

Visual impairment is a condition that affects the perception of images in whole or in part. People with visual impairment construct and discover the world through partial sensations, such as smells, tastes, sounds, touch, and perhaps segmented images of objects.