Improving the web experience for the disabled community is critical in the effort to close the digital gap. Web accessibility (Universal Design) means that websites, tools, and technologies are designed and developed so everyone — including those with disabilities — can use them.
When people talk about accessibility, most of the general population understands that it involves some kind of design change to allow people with disabilities the ability to navigate the world in an independent way.
The Happiest Time of the Year? Twinkling lights, way too many sweet treats, and of course, the post-holiday hibernation period. You know, the time just after New Year’s Day when we all wish we could take a few more days off before heading back to work. One of the reasons [...]
My Dog is Working Right Now She’s cute, and her eyes are so soulful. And yet, I ask you to ignore her. It’s because those soulful eyes are working for me and keeping us both safe. It’s usually common knowledge that you shouldn’t pet a guide dog, but what is [...]
Proper Implementation of Accessibility Accommodations In mainstream discussions about accessibility, people are most familiar with structural accessibility. In other words, it is widely known that wheelchair access ramps are a necessity, and that braille should be present on signage. However, the intricacies of implementing this accessibility are often overlooked. It’s [...]