How to Make Your Presentations Accessible to All | Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) | W3Cw3.org/WAI/teach-advocate/accessible-presentations/
Do you remember a time when people around you broke out in laughter, but you didn’t hear the joke? Be careful not to leave out information for some people in your audience. For example, if you say “you can read it on the slide”, you are probably excluding people who cannot see the slide.
How to Pick a Custom Font - WWDC 2017 - Videos - Apple Developerdeveloper.apple.com/videos/play/wwdc2017/815/
Choosing a custom font for your app can be a daunting task involving both functional and stylistic decisions. Gain a solid understanding...
Stella Young: I'm not your inspiration, thank you very much | TED Talk | TED.comted.com/talks/stella_young_i_m_not_your_inspiration_thank_you_very_much
Stella Young is a comedian and journalist who happens to go about her day in a wheelchair — a fact that doesn't, she'd like to make clear, automatically turn her into a noble inspiration to all humanity. In this very funny talk, Young breaks down society's habit of turning disabled people into "inspiration porn."
What You See Is Not All There Isinc.com/daniel-kahneman/idea-lab-what-you-see-not-all-there-is.html
Be wary of constructing a story based only on what you see--you may not realize what you don't know.
GDC Vault - Save Yourself: Game History is in Your Hands | Laine Nooneygdcvault.com/play/1023959/Save-Yourself-Game-History-is
Everyone loves game history, but few know what it takes to get that history saved, preserved and accessible for the historians of today and tomorrow. As a professional game historian, Laine Nooney will demystify how historians turn everyday artifacts and documents into compelling narratives, share behind-the-scenes stories and images from her own hunt for game history, and empower industry professionals with the knowledge to begin their own practice of self-preservation.
A Brief History of Unicodeinfoq.com/presentations/unicode-history
Alex Blewitt discusses the origins of Unicode, why UTF8 is important, how character sets have evolved over time and the role Unicode has had in the evolution of many languages.
Droidcon NYC 2016 - Decoding the Secrets of Binary Data - YouTubeyoutube.com/watch
Opaque blobs of data have hexed Android programmers for too long. It’s time to byte the bullet and learn how data is transmitted a...
The anthropologist in my pocket: Robbie Blinkoff at TEDxChesterRiver - YouTubeyoutube.com/watch
Robbie Blinkoff is an anthropologist and professor who's been asking himself whether technology is the advancement that will propel us from "stone tools to axes" — in the evolution of anthropology, perhaps even transforming the humanities. His quest has led him to develop a new app, the Pocket Anthropologist. Find out what Margaret Mead would have done with an iPhone in this engaging presentation.
speaking-for-hackers/speaking-for-hackers-book: Tips for giving good conference talks by Ben Orensteingithub.com/speaking-for-hackers/speaking-for-hackers-book
speaking-for-hackers-book - Tips for giving good conference talks by Ben Orenstein
The Humane Representation of Thought on Vimeovimeo.com/115154289
[…] But the dynamic medium offers the opportunity to deliberately invent a humane and empowering form of knowledge work. We can design dynamic representations which draw on the entire range of human capabilities — all senses, all forms of movement, all forms of understanding — instead of straining a few and atrophying the rest.