GitHub - dataviza11y/resources: A non-exhaustive and in-progress list of people and resources in Accessibility and Data Visualization

Dataviz Accessibility Resources

A non-exhaustive and in-progress list of people and resources in Accessibility and Data Visualization

People and Articles in Dataviz & Accessibility (Web)

Doug Schepers Doug Schepers Twitter

Data Visualization Society [Home page] (org) DataVizSociety Twitter run by @AmyCesal and @abmakulec and many others (to be listed)

Frank Elavsky (he/him) Frank Elavsky Twitter

Amy Cesal (she/her) Amy Cesal Twitter

Amanda Makulec MPH Amanda Makulec Twitter

Melanie Mazanec Melanie Mazanec Twitter

Sarah L. Fossheim (they/them) Sarah L. Fossheim Twitter

Lindsey (she/her) Lindsey Twitter

Glenna R. Shaw Glenna R. Shaw Twitter

Stephanie Evergreen Stephanie Evergreen Twitter

Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic Twitter

Digital Government (USA)

Luc Guillemot Luc Guillemot Twitter

Government Digital Service (UK) Government Digital Service (UK) Twitter

Sarah Higley Sarah Higley Twitter

Ed Summers Ed Summers Twitter

Amelia Bellamy (she/her) Amelia Bellamy Twitter

Peter Holmes Peter Holmes Twitter

Dr. John Gardner Dr. John Gardner Twitter

Alison Bert Alison Bert Twitter

Øystein Moseng Øystein Moseng Twitter & Ted Gies Ted Gies Twitter

Ryan Bales Ryan Bales Twitter (not accessibility, but good chart design tips)

Lisa Charlotte Rost Lisa Charlotte Rost Twitter

Javascript Dataviz Frameworks with Accessibility

Highcharts

Amcharts

Chart.js

People and Articles in Dataviz & Accessibility (Academia)

Reaching Broader Audiences With Data Visualization

Ref: B. Lee, E. K. Choe, P. Isenberg, K. Marriott and J. Stasko, "Reaching Broader Audiences With Data Visualization," in IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol. 40, no. 2, pp. 82-90, 1 March-April 2020, doi: 10.1109/MCG.2020.2968244.

Sociotechnical Considerations for Accessible Visualization Design [PDF]

Ref: Lundgard, A., Lee, C., & Satyanarayan, A. (2019, October). Sociotechnical Considerations for Accessible Visualization Design. In 2019 IEEE Visualization Conference (VIS) (pp. 16-20). IEEE.

Designing communicative visualization for people with intellectual developmental disabilities [PDF]

Ref: Wu, K., Tanis, S., & Szafir, D. (2019). Designing communicative visualization for people with intellectual developmental disabilities.

Visualizing for the Non‐Visual: Enabling the Visually Impaired to Use Visualization [PDF]

Ref: Choi, J., Jung, S., Park, D. G., Choo, J., & Elmqvist, N. (2019, June). Visualizing for the Non‐Visual: Enabling the Visually Impaired to Use Visualization. In Computer Graphics Forum (Vol. 38, No. 3, pp. 249-260).

Producing accessible statistics diagrams in R [PDF]

Ref: Fitzpatrick, D., Godfrey, A. J. R., & Sorge, V. (2017, April). Producing accessible statistics diagrams in R. In Proceedings of the 14th Web for All Conference on the Future of Accessible Work (pp. 1-4).

Statistical Software from a Blind Person's Perspective [PDF]

Ref: Godfrey, A. J. R. (2013). Statistical software from a blind person’s perspective. The R Journal, 5(1), 73-79.### Graph literacy: a cross-cultural comparison

Graph literacy: a cross-cultural comparison [PDF]

Ref: Galesic, M., & Garcia-Retamero, R. (2011). Graph literacy: A cross-cultural comparison. Medical Decision Making, 31(3), 444-457.### Design features of graphs in health risk communications: a systematic review

Design features of graphs in health risk communications: a systematic review [PDF]

Ref: Ancker, J. S., Senathirajah, Y., Kukafka, R., & Starren, J. B. (2006). Design features of graphs in health risk communication: A systematic review. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 13(6), 608-618.

Access All Areas [PDF]

Ref: THOMPSON, D. (2005). Access all areas. NATURE, 435, 2.### Visualisation tools for blind people using multiple modalities

Visualisation tools for blind people using multiple modalities [PDF]

Ref: Brewster, S. (2002). Visualization tools for blind people using multiple modalities. Disability and rehabilitation, 24(11-12), 613-621.