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The Global Alliance on Accessible Technologies and Environments (GAATES) is the leading international organization dedicated to promoting the understanding and implementation of accessibility of the sustainable built, social and virtual environments, including architectural, infrastructural design, transportation systems, habitat, and electronic information and communication technologies


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The Global Alliance on Accessible Technologies and Environments (GAATES) is the leading international organization dedicated to the promotion of accessibility of the built and virtual environments.


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If you're one of the millions of people in the UK living with an impairment, this site is for you. We've brought together a wealth of information and advice on how you can use the phone, internet and TV to carry on doing everything that's important to you – whether it's staying in touch with friends and family, keeping on top of your bills or watching the latest blockbusters.

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Juicy Studio is an independent UK website, run by Gez Lemon. It's an unfortunate surname, but explains why the site is Juicy.

The mission of this website is to promote best practice for web developers in a fast moving industry. Whether you're a novice or a professional, there's something for you.
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The Washington Times - Apple’s adaptive technologies are built into the Mac OS X operating system, including “VoiceOver,” which can tell users which program they’re using, which window is open, and what menu options are available.
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ISO/IEC Guide 71:2014 provides guidance to standards developers on addressing accessibility requirements and recommendations in standards that focus, whether directly or indirectly, on systems (i.e. products, services and built environments) used by people.


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Global Accessibility News - OwnFone, a London-based firm, claims to have put the world’s first Braille phone, that is invented by using customized 3D printing techniques, which costs just £60, for sale in UK.
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