One might believe that people living with a hearing disability don’t really suffer from web accessibility problems since they can see the images, use a mouse, navigate the site, and read the content on the web page just fine, right? Websites are increasingly consisting of video and multimedia content. Continue Reading Audio Accessibility and Equal Access
Web Accessibility benefits are accessibility for disabled people, good SEO, reduced legal risk, corporate social responsibility, and increased customer reach. Continue Reading Making A Business Case for Web Accessibility
Key US laws pertinent to web accessibility.
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Web accessibility encompasses all disabilities that affect access to the Web, including visual, auditory, physical, and cognitive disabilities. Continue Reading A New Year: A Focus on Accessibility
Countries are recognizing and acting on the need to ensure access to the web for people with disabilities. Each nation is approaching this issue differently. Continue Reading Website Accessibility in a Global Market: What You Need to Know
Screen readers and magnifiers help people living with sight-related disabilities perform many essential tasks on computers, laptops and mobile devices.