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Meeting reminder: Cognitive Accessibility Community Group, March 7th, 2023 at 15:00 UTC

The next meeting will be Thursday, March 7th at 15:00 UTC. Meeting in Local Times

  • PST: 7:00 AM
  • CST: 9:00 AM
  • EST: 10:00 AM
  • United Kingdom: 3:00PM
  • Berlin: 4:00 PM
  • Israel: 5:00 PM
  • India: 7:30 PM

Here is a UTC to timezone converter if needed. 

As time zones can change (e.g. daylight savings), please feel free to use this link to place a calendar hold. This calendar hold should automatically adjust to the correct time for your timezone. Please note that this will not have the zoom link in the calendar hold. The zoom link is posted in the community slack channel.

If you would like another timezone translated into local time, please let Aditya Bikkani, Ciara (Kiki) Salmon or Jamie Knight know.

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Meeting Agenda

  1. Welcome (Meeting notes) (5 minutes)
    1. Identify scribe for meetings notes
  2. Discuss pending matters from previous meeting (50 minutes)
    1. [Shruti] Reviewing draft disabling patterns (e.g. social media app notifications and likes that cause mental health impacts) with goal of passing it along to COGA Task Force
    2. [Lea] Regarding Content Usable, are there any best practices for influencing adoption of it on newer dev teams looking to improve accessibility on mobile apps? 
  3. If Time
    1. [Kiki/General Team] Reviewing dark pattern doc
    2. [Anja] The complexity of language in design guidelines: some words feel overused, some words could maybe be replaced by clearer words. 

Closing questions, adding any items to next month agenda and next steps (5 minutes)

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