On December 26, 2017 the US Department of Justice officially withdrew the proposed Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) rules for website accessibility. The question we’re being asked at WeCo by many of our clients since then is: does this mean we don’t have to make our website and software accessible? That’s an important question. It’s one… Continue Reading No ADA Web Rules: Are We Off the Hook?
It’s all of these accommodations that make it possible for me to do my work successfully at WeCo. Continue Reading How I Work at WeCo with My Disabilities
Multiple sclerosis, a motor skill disability, effects the central nervous system. Points to remember for accessible websites for people living with a motor skill disability. Continue Reading Accessibility Challenges for People with Motor Skill Disabilities
Smartphones and tablets have accessibility features that work with operating systems, making them easy for people with motor skill disabilities to use. Continue Reading Smartphones and Tablets: Helping The Motor Skill Disabled
When it comes to web accessibility, motor-skill disabilities present a number of challenges. These are some simple tips to help make websites accessible by individuals living with motor-skill disabilities Continue Reading Designing Websites for Motor-Skill Disabilities
Hearing loss is a common condition affecting older adults. The Internet consists of video and multimedia, making it difficult for the hearing impaired. Continue Reading Web Accessibility Effecting Aging Adults with Hearing Loss
No automated tool is comprehensive, and thus it’s important to use human-based testing to fill in the gaps left from automated testing tools. Continue Reading Accessibility Testing: Automated Vs. Human Testing