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1422 Intersection of Usability and Accessibility (May 28, 2014)

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You can contact Whitney Quesenbery by sending an e-mail to her at:
WhitneyQ@gmail.com
Whitney's usability site is located at:
www.WQUsability.com
and her Twitter handle is: @WhitneyQ

The Center for Civic Design can be found at:
www.CenterForCivicDesign.org

Whitney's co-author, Sarah Horton, uses the Twitter handle: @GradualClearing

Other ways to connect on Twitter are:
@AWebforEveryone
@RosenfeldMedia

Below are various places you can obtain the book, ďA Web for Everyone: Designing Accessible User Experiences" by Sarah Horton & Whitney Quesenbery:
www.rosenfeldmedia.com/books/a-web-for-everyone
"A Web for Everyone" on Amazon
"A Web for Everyone" on OReilly

Not all customer support options can help with accessibility issues. Below are some support options that claim to be knowledgeable about accessibility:

Apple accessibility support web site:
www.apple.com/support/accessibility
or if you have a hearing or vision impairment, call 877-204-3930

Microsoft accessibility web site:
www.microsoft.com/enable
or call: 800-936-5900