Across Yahoo, we strive to ensure that everyone can enjoy our products, which are designed to be inclusive from their first release. Earlier this year, we announced that we will ramp up captioning efforts and commit to featuring closed captions on 100% of new user-facing video, including partner content, that is streamed on our own video players going forward. In support of advocacy work, we donated $5M in media to a number of disability organizations, including the National Association of the Deaf, the American Council of the Blind, and the American Association of People with Disabilities. At all times, we’re guided by our users.
We provide access to all things you. Your stocks, your teams, your emails. Accessibility is part of our everyday process, so you can access the world you love every day.
Step inside our Accessibility Lab, where employees and visitors learn how to build products accessible for people with disabilities. Description of video: In the video, the following Accessibility leaders, Kisiah Timmons, Larry Goldberg, and Margaux Joffe, discuss the goals and impact of the Accessibility Lab. Some of the technologies profiled include, a braille display, alternative switches, foot pedal, bone conduction headphones, a large yellow trackball. As the video begins, an aerial view shows a sunrise beyond mountains and highways in Silicon Valley, California.
The All Blind Fantasy Football League has a 6-year history of playing fantasy football, using our accessibility features on the Yahoo Fantasy app. We’re thrilled to showcase this group in a short-form documentary, so you too can meet the players, learn their stories and hear the smack talk go down.
Yahoo Fantasy’s native app has been designed and developed with significant input from blind users, with enhanced screen reader support, logical layout, and ease of use. It also provides options for high contrast, customizable font sizes, and other accessibility features, developed with and tested by blind Fantasy players.