[Athen] Most accessible format for graphs, charts, or tables?
lgreco at berkeley.edu
Mon Jun 1 13:05:49 PDT 2020
hello: please check out the tools menchond in my GAAD blog post for great
ways to make accessible data
Web Accessibility Evangelist
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University of California, Berkeley
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On Mon, Jun 1, 2020 at 10:14 AM Lydia X. Z. Brown <lydia at autistichoya.com>
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> For those who might know, especially blind and low vision colleagues, I'm
> wondering if anyone knows the best way to format a graph, chart, or table
> of data or information in a downloadable document so that it is
> screen-reader accessible and actually usable (e.g. allows skipping to
> different sections easily). Any information would be extremely helpful.
> *Lydia X. Z. Brown *
> lydia at autistichoya.com
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