Category Archives: interviewing

Exploring Accessibility Survey: Web Design Best Practices for People with Cognitive Disabilities

A garden hedge maze
Is this your experience when browsing the web?

Have you ever talked to someone with a disability that affects the way they use the Internet? My group of fellow students in DTC 475 Digital Diversity class at WSU Vancouver are working on our Final Project right now, which is about Web Accessibility best practices relating to people with cognitive disabilities in particular. Why are we focusing so much? For a few main reasons, which you’ll see below. In case you want to skip to the web accessibility survey, feel free to click on that link.  Continue reading Exploring Accessibility Survey: Web Design Best Practices for People with Cognitive Disabilities

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Audition Tutorials

The Adobe Audition logo
Found on wikipedia.

SoundCloud Files

For these tutorials, I had to use Adobe Audition to edit some audio tracks, put together some interviews, and upload and share the files via SoundCloud. If you want to do audio editing work without spending a ton on annual fees, I suggest checking out Audacity, a free, open source program that works much like the program I used for these tutorials. Please feel free to let me know if you do check out Audacity or enjoyed these audio files. Thanks! Continue reading Audition Tutorials