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Xbox Accessibility: The Importance of “Day One” Inclusive Design

by Jaclyn Lazzari in Company + Culture

There are an estimated 400 million gamers with disabilities on the planet. For Xbox, accessibility is at the core of what they do. They are committed to creating a gaming experience that everyone can enjoy, including the 400 million individuals mentioned above.…

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Updated August 30, 2023

Behind the Scenes: Maintaining Accessibility at Slack

by Jaclyn Lazzari in Video Accessibility

Have you ever thought about making accessibility happen at your organization? Have you then immediately thought, “Where do I even begin?” Luckily, companies like Slack, a collaboration hub software, is paving the way for others to follow. After taking a closer look…

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August 5, 2019

How Oracle Uses 3Play Media to Caption Their Training Videos

by 3mediaweb in Case Studies

62% of employees with a disability have an invisible disability or a disability that one cannot immediately identify upon meeting a person. Hearing loss is an invisible disability. Oracle uses captioning to make their Oracle University content accessible to deaf and hard…

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Updated February 14, 2024

How Captions & Transcripts Help with Dyslexia Accessibility

by Elisa Lewis in Case Studies

What Is Dyslexia? Dyslexia is a general term used to describe difficulties with learning to read and interpret letters, symbols, and words. It is one of the most common learning disabilities, and is in no way a reflection on an individual’s intelligence.…

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Updated February 23, 2021

Study Shows Adding Captions Improves Faculty Evaluations + Helps Students Learn [INFOGRAPHIC]

by Elisa Lewis in Case Studies

  In today’s bustling and tech-y world it’s no surprise that the number of online courses is growing. An increase in online video in higher education has caused institutions to pay closer attention to closed captioning in terms of legal requirements, accessibility,…

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Updated February 10, 2021