Adobe’s accessibility website allows visitors to find information on the accessibility options in specific Adobe products, as well as Adobe’s general accessibility compliance. Also has case studies, examples of Adobe products being used for accessibility, and a link to the Adobe Reader page which has the Adobe Reade Screen Reader User’s Guide.
Apple’s accessibility website offers information on the accessibility features built into Apple software and hardware. Also provides a link to a resources page with a list of mac-focused accessibility webpages and third-party solutions.
The IBM accessibility site provides numerous resources for those interested in IBM’s efforts in improving accessibility in the IT industry. There is also the AbilityLab, which has developed several pieces of software designed to enhance communication for those with visual and audible impairments.
The Microsoft accessibility site provides information on accessibility features for Windows 10, Office 365, and Edge. Also offers tutorials on using these features, as well as other accessibility initiatives Microsoft has undertaken.
Google’s site gives an overview of the accessibility features in its family of products, including Chrome, Android, Gmail, and Docs.
Learning Management Systems
These sites provide overviews of the accessibility features within common digital classroom or learning management systems like Blackboard, Canvas, Google Classroom, and so on.
Blackboard Learning Management System (LMS):
- Accessibility at Blackboard
- Accessibility in Blackboard Collaborate
- Accessibility in Blackboard Collaborate with the Ultra Experience
- Accessibility Within Canvas (how to use Canvas)
- General Accessibility Design Guidelines (how to design in Canvas)
- Information on Canvas’s built-in accessibility checker and Universal Design Online Content Inspection Tool (UDOIT)
Desire2Learn (D2L) Brightspace:
Google Classroom LMS:
These provide an overview of the accessibility features within common video/web conferencing platforms like Zoom, Adobe Connect, BlueJeans, and more.
These sites provide an overview of the accessibility features within the video hosting platforms YouTube and Vimeo.