The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has become a significant force for website accessibility, generating waves throughout the US legal system. But it’s also challenging the world to see people with disabilities in a different light. The ADA’s history and website accessibility The National Law Review marks the ADA’s application from a human rights law… Continue Reading The ADA and Websites: Changing How We View People with Disabilities
Over half of the world’s internet traffic now takes place over mobile connections. As the market share of people move towards mobile devices, we can guess that the focus on mobile is here to stay. It’s important to note that mobile environments can offer some extremely innovative accessibility solutions. This article will give you a… Continue Reading Accessible Mobile 101
Our lives are powered by mobile convenience. It’s how we apply for jobs, pay bills, order food, make and keep friends. Consider what would happen if you had to function in the mobile world without sight. This is why mobile accessibility apps are not just a good thing to do, they’re a necessary part of… Continue Reading Mobile Accessibility and Inclusion
Digital accessibility for websites, software, mobile applications and documents, can be tricky for those of us living with mental health disorders. Mental illnesses can make it difficult to focus on, process, and understand information. This can create challenges for people navigating websites that are not tailored to our content management and design needs. As the… Continue Reading Mental Health Accessibility
The Americans with Disabilities Act is a civil rights law. Most often associated with street and building access, it also governs goods, services, and information made available to the public, including websites. The ADA applies to everyone who places information out for public consumption, including private industry, or nonprofits – any organization that is putting… Continue Reading The ADA: Where do we go from here?
Want to get up to running speed on the new WCAG 2.2 release? We’ll be providing more detail in future posts, but here are the quick facts from our Accessibility Team to get you started. General Facts WCAG 2.2 is scheduled to be published in September 2021. (Delayed from the previously anticipated July 2021 date.)… Continue Reading WCAG 2.2 Quick Facts
It’s not always easy for us to explain to clients that what most people living with disabilities want, includes the ability to decide HOW we access websites…tools (overlays) appear to many of us more about making the companies and developers feel better, than creating an accessible option for us, because they can consider our accessibility needs “fixed.” Continue Reading Are Accessibility Overlays Overbaked?