Having accessible online content doesn’t have to be out of your reach. In a time when there has been an uptick in lawsuits, there are practical steps that you can take starting today.
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XR could be a game-changer in the workplace for everyone—and specifically the one in four U.S. adults living with a disability. But, there’s a caveat. For XR to make good on its promises, it’s essential that it’s designed to be accessible.
Accessible and inclusive content is beneficial to everyone. Removing barriers to access your social media channels is not only the right thing to do, but it also ensures you maximize the reach of your messaging.
There’s also a tendency to believe that complex mobility challenges can be solved largely by creating effective multi-modal transportation systems. Unfortunately, this assumption can lead to bad outcomes.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 defines how to make Web content more accessible to people with disabilities.
In 2017, almost 500 companies were sued in federal court for having websites that are inaccessible—i.e., not fully usable by people with disabilities. Here’s what you need to know to protect your organization.
As federal employees, it’s our civic duty to foster a culture of inclusiveness and educate those around us on the importance of accessibility.
Here’s the reality – making something compliant and accessible takes time, energy and intention. It cannot be an afterthought.
You’d think that people would know better by now than to use “Click here” for links. It’s not like they haven’t been told.
I had a friend who always said, “As quiet as it’s kept…” meaning he would call out the so-called “elephant in the room”; the topic that no one wants to talk about. You could expect to hear… “As quiet as it’s kept, the only reason they laugh at Uncle Herb’s corny jokes is because he givesRead… Read more »