When websites don’t include captioning or transcriptions, and not use plain English, the deaf and hearing impaired are denied access to the information. Continue Reading Digital Accessibility for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired
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ASL has a different system of grammar and structure, and complex rules. To ensure digital accessibility, adhere to the Plain Language Initiative. Continue Reading Knowing About Sign Language for Digital Accessibility
The reCAPTCHA is the most common used human verification used. There are alternative accessible options to confirm that a human is a person and not a machine. Continue Reading Verification CAPCHAS: Are they accessible?
When used throughout the web development phases, automated evaluation tools can be used to assist users with digital accessibility. Continue Reading Selecting A Digital Accessibility Evaluation tool
People living with a disability face various web accessibility challenges when accessing websites. But ask yourself this: What if you had, not one, but two disabilities? Without vision and the ability to hear, you would think one who was deaf-blind would be unable to browse the Internet, let alone use a computer. Deaf-blind is defined… Continue Reading Web Accessibility Challenges for the Deaf-Blind
MS is a degenerative, inflammatory immune illness which affects more than 2.3 million people worldwide. Websites have not been developed with MS users in mind. Continue Reading Toni’s Story: IT Accessibility and Living with Multiple Sclerosis
Forms are used for many types of interactions on the web. When referring to form accessibility, it means that all people with a disability is able to successfully complete the form. There are many key elements to consider when creating accessible forms. Continue Reading Creating Accessible Forms: A Beginner Guide