accessibility

Website accessibility can land you in court

Website accessibility is becoming increasingly important, because it ensures that everyone has equal access to online content. Nick Durrant – Bluegrass Digital A few years ago, Guillermo Robles took Domino’s Pizza to court. His issue? The popular pizza brand’s website. As a blind man, Robles was unable to order food from Domino’s even when using […]

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Ramping up accessibility in the workplace

Accessibility in the workplace is about more than just access. It is about making the entire office more inclusive. Compiled by Tarren Bolton Accessibility isn’t just about adding wheelchair ramps and Braille onto signage. It involves looking at technology and how it can improve an employee’s ability to be a top performer. Think adjustable desks

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Doubling down on accessibility: Microsoft’s next steps to expand accessibility in technology, the workforce and workplace

Written by Brad Smith, Microsoft President More than 1 billion people around the world live with a disability, and at some point, most of us likely will face some type of temporary, situational or permanent disability. The practical impacts are huge. Employment and education rates are lower and poverty rates are higher for people with disabilities. And

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