Accessibility is not important! Unless you have a real need for it. This is exactly the problem with developing apps in PowerApps. How many developers have a need for accessibility to be considered? How many developers understand accessibility? Within this post I'm looking at some of the accessibility features available within PowerApps. First I'm going … Continue reading 5 Accessibility features in PowerApps that every app developer should consider
Today I tried to create a new document in Office 365's SharePoint Online. Nothing new I hear you say, you can do that on the back of a surf board, while on holiday. So I thought I 'll give that a go: As I got wet feet I thought better try it just at my … Continue reading Office 365 – SharePoint Online – Accessibility mode or PDF converter?
Yesterday, at Future Decoded, Tom Nabarro showed us all how a disability doesn't mean that you can't do a job. Tom fully relies on using his voice and eyes to do his job. His daily job as a software developer is made possible through Microsoft technology like Cortana. In front of about 10000 people, he … Continue reading Microsoft Teams and any other Microsoft product – How Accessible are they