[games_access] games_access Digest, Vol 89, Issue 33

Ian Hamilton i_h at hotmail.com
Fri Jul 29 19:51:20 EDT 2011



If it's a flyer then all it needs to do is encourage a visit to the website, doesn't need to have lots of copy on it. The banner from the website would do, example attached..


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> 1. SIG Flyer? (Sandra Uhling)

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> Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2011 19:33:54 +0200

> From: "Sandra Uhling" <sandra_uhling at web.de>

> Subject: [games_access] SIG Flyer?

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> Hello,

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> I would like to put something about this SIG

> at the information desk.

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> Do we have already something like this?

> How can this look like?

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> Do we have a high quality file of the banner design?

> Something that can be used in print?

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> I personally think that english should be ok.

> What do you think?

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> Brainstorming start:

> (Maybe someone can write a short text?)

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> IGDA GA-SIG

> * international non-profit group for Game Accessibility

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> * Special Interest Group of the IGDA for Game Accessibility

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> Best regards,

> Sandra

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> Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2011 08:32:45 +0100

> From: "Barrie Ellis" <oneswitch at gmail.com>

> Subject: [games_access] The dread of motion control only games...

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> Succinct article here on motion control games: http://www.mdctrailblazers.org/blogs/678_is-modern-video-gaming-inaccessible (thanks to Nick Streeter of SpecialEffect).

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> Still can't find a way to get simultaneous switch control plus six-axis motion control with the Playstation 3, all these years on. I want a hat-mounted controller and switch to open up "Flower" to more people. Wish Jenova Chen had put a standard controller option in. (Plus every other outfit that misses out a more traditional control method alternative from their games).

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> Barrie

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