What a great tool. A couple of weeks ago I needed to create a map of the U.S. illustrating the adoption level of social media by state health deparements. To make a long story short, I gave up and created a table. This tool would have been incredibly useful then. The visualizations can easily be shared on Facebook and Twitter, but the most important feature is abilty to improve accessability for those who are blind, visual impaired or have photo-sensitive epilepsy. People who are deaf or hard of hearing are supported through alternatives to audio information – amazing. Especially since I looked for easy to use and low cost programs to assist those with hearing impairments. My only complaint is that it was difficult to locate where/how to register and it didn’t appear to state whether or not it is free. Interesting tool, one that can help improve the accessibility of Web sites.
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