Full text of some articles and book chapters. If you have problems accessing any of my publications, please let me know (email@example.com). For a complete list of publications, see my CV.Continue reading “Selected publications in disability studies, sound studies & inclusive design”
My interview with KairosCast
I enjoyed talking with Courtney Danforth last summer about my captioning research.
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Published: Special issue on disability and technical communication
I guest edited a special issue of Communication Design Quarterly on “Reimagining Disability and Accessibility in Technical and Professional Communication” (volume 6, issue 4, December 2018). The issue includes an introduction and three articles on a range of cutting edge topics, including lip reading and interface design, subtitling and video accessibility across multiple languages, and cultivating virtuous course designers.
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Published: Designing Captions — A new article on enhanced captioning
Check out my new article on enhanced captioning, just published in Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedaogogy (23.1, 2018).
Read the full article: “Designing captions: Disruptive experiments with typography, color, icons, and effects.”
Cripping closed captioning: Experiments with type, icons, and dynamic effects
Can we open closed captioning up to greater experimentation through the use of color, icons, typography, and basic animations to convey meaning?
Read the full article at DigitalRhetoricCollaborative.org.
Reading Sounds: A new book and website on closed captioning
Check out Reading Sounds, my new book on closed captioning. The supplemental website at ReadingSounds.net includes over 500 video examples discussed in the book.
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