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Inside this IssueWelcome to the October 2021 issue of the ACM SIGACCESS newsletter. In the first article Keke Wu provides an actionable summary of the 2021 CHI best paper, discussing the challenges towards cognitive accessible visualizations. For the second article, Ringland and Wolf reflect on their ASSETS 2016 best paper (which is now 5 years old!) and discuss what has happened since and what to look towards for the future.
TOWARDS A UNIVERSAL COGNITIVE TOOL: DESIGNING ACCESSIBLE VISUALIZATION FOR PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
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