If you’ve been keen to troll your friends in party chat knowing all your friends will definitely get the message, Xbox has your answer.
Isn’t there a better way to make a game ‘challenging’ that isn’t just obstructive to players with accessibility needs?
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A million dollars can go a very long way when put to the right purpose. For Steven Spohn it’s about building an accessiblity legacy.
Microsoft has launched version 2.0 of the Xbox Accessibility Guidelines to better help developers implement accessible game design.
Xbox’s big console launch in New Zealand showed that “Gaming For Everyone” isn’t just a slogan for the company.
Apple cleverly uses the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max’s LiDAR tech to further enhance its accessibility services.
YouTube has announced it will shut down its Community Contributions system that allowed people to manually improve its automated captioning, just two days after the end of the International Week of the Deaf.