Assistive Technology: 5 Ways to Improve Web Accessibility

In the U.S., a report conducted by Microsoft and Forrester Technologies identified that from working age adults: Approximately 1 in 4 computer users have visual difficulty or impairment. Nearly 1 in 4 computer users have dexterity difficulty or impairment. 1 in 5 computer users have hearing difficulty or impairment. Essentially, assistive technologies provide support and […]

Conference Partnership with Indy Pit Crew and Barkalounge

INDATA was very excited to work with Indy Pit Crew and Barkalounge to build a dog park for guide and service dogs that came to the 2010 INDATA Conference last week. The INDATA Conference brings in people from all over the state of Indiana.  Some of those individuals have visual impairments, and they may have […]

Social Media and Accessibility

Technology is a rapidly changing world with each change likely to bring new accessibility issues. Work is ongoing to make sure these issues are addressed but the challenges of social networks and accessibility remain. Social media aims to deliver its message in a more innovative and engaging way rather than a leaflet or brochure. It […]

INDATA Project to Host Demo Day on Autism

What: A “Demo Day” featuring devices that assist people with autism. When: Friday, August 20, 2010 Where: Rauch, Inc, 1200 Bono St. New Albany, Indiana Why: The “Demo Day” gives individuals who make an appointment the opportunity to experience an abbreviated one-on-one device demonstration, during which they learn how assistive technology can increase independence through a hands-on […]

Indiana Department of Education “Season Opener 2010”

The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) invites you to join State Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Tony Bennett and members of the IDOE senior staff at this year’s Superintendent’s Season Opener: News You Can Use for the 2010-2011 School Year. A team of representatives from the IDOE will be on-hand to discuss and answer questions […]