Universally Accessible Demands Accessibility for All of Humanity - Google Video

Google invited me over last month to talk about accessibility. Of course, when I talk about accessibility, I'm focusing on access for people with disabilities, and Google people are typically talking about access to more material.

It was great to see the enthusiasm of the different developers, and at a place with Google's culture, that counts for a lot. One of the best comments came from a developer who noted that one of her friends with learning disabilities really appreciates the Google feature that says "Did you mean" and corrects your spelling errors!

Google records these talks and posts them on Google Video, so here it is. Universally Accessible Demands Accessibility for All of Humanity.


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