The following is a list of useful resources that can help you make your mobile apps more accessible:
- OneVoice for Accessible ICT. This website is dedicated to creating apps that are more accessible to users with impairments or disabilities. This website promotes education while encouraging contribution and collaboration. OneVoice for Accessible ICT also provides "Best Practices", tools and resources to help organizations in embedding accessible information and communication technologies (ICT) in all of their apps, including mobile apps. The web portal is aimed at a diverse audience including Risk/Compliance Officers, Procurement Officers, HR departments, IT departments, Web designers, and Web developers.
- Mobile Manufacturers Forum. The Mobile Manufacturers Forum (MMF) is a web portal for the Global Accessibility Reporting Initiative (GARI). The GARI is a project designed to help consumers learn more about the accessibility features of mobile phones, and to help them identify phones with features that may assist them with their particular needs.
- W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) - Mobile Accessibility. Forming part of the W3C, the WAI provides news and articles to help you make your mobile app more accessible to all users. The WAI posts links to many developer resources to help you understand and implement accessibility in your mobile apps.
- Wikipedia: Closed Captioning. Wikipedia is an excellent resource to learn more about Closed Captioning as well as other aspects of Accessibility in general.
Last modified: 2015-03-31