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Sounding out the web: accessibility for deaf and hard of hearing people

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This talk offers practical guidance on how to improve accessibility for deaf and hard of hearing people. This includes providing subtitles/captions; checking the accuracy of captions; making sure that captions are synchronised with the audio; providing a summary of audio and video content; making sure that audio doesn’t play automatically; structuring your content; and keeping your content flexible. The talk emphasises how the guidance is useful for deaf and hard of hearing people but, like many aspects of web accessibility, ultimately benefits everyone.

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Sounding out the web: accessibility for deaf and hard of hearing people

  1. 1. © The Paciello Group. All Rights Reserved.© The Paciello Group. All Rights Reserved. Sounding out the web: accessibility for deaf and hard of hearing people 4th cross-government accessibility meet-up David Swallow 18th May 2017
  2. 2. © The Paciello Group. All Rights Reserved. WHICH ONE IS DEAF? Photo credit: BESTORG (https://flic.kr/p/eiHdmY)
  3. 3. © The Paciello Group. All Rights Reserved. PROVIDE SUBTITLES / CAPTIONS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ya7YcmETKII
  4. 4. © The Paciello Group. All Rights Reserved. everybody knows his bryce bread fan Oh his friends will smile ASCII waves too CHECKTHE ACCURACY OF CAPTIONS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6b9j31PqXs
  5. 5. © The Paciello Group. All Rights Reserved. "...as well, but your reading list will often include journal articles" "...each of whom offer the journal you need. Check the dates offered by each provider" http://informationdirectorate.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/the-perils-of-automatic-captioning.html
  6. 6. © The Paciello Group. All Rights Reserved. SYNCHRONISE CAPTIONS WITH THE AUDIO Photo credit:Andy Miah (https://flic.kr/p/dhh2Bp)
  7. 7. © The Paciello Group. All Rights Reserved. https://learningonscreen.ac.uk/ondemand/index.php/prog/01D64BE6?bcast=121849281
  8. 8. © The Paciello Group. All Rights Reserved. PROVIDE A SUMMARY OF AUDIO AND VIDEO CONTENT Photo credit: hadi (https://flic.kr/p/jbnFR3)
  9. 9. © The Paciello Group. All Rights Reserved. https://www.facebook.com/martin.rossel.94/videos/
  10. 10. © The Paciello Group. All Rights Reserved. AVOID AUTO-PLAYING AUDIO ORVIDEO http://edition.cnn.com/2017/05/11/us/25-great-white-sharks-off-california-coast/
  11. 11. © The Paciello Group. All Rights Reserved. http://www.schlosshotelberlin.com
  12. 12. © The Paciello Group. All Rights Reserved. STRUCTURE YOUR CONTENT Photo credit: Kevan (https://flic.kr/p/d88qBW)
  13. 13. © The Paciello Group. All Rights Reserved. KEEP YOUR CONTENT FLEXIBLE Photo credit: HoriaVarlan (https://flic.kr/p/7vALKt)
  14. 14. © The Paciello Group. All Rights Reserved.© The Paciello Group. All Rights Reserved. ANY QUESTIONS? David Swallow @davidofyork

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