What to do about website accessibility?

Unfortunately, occurrences like Etsy being sued are not really that surprising. Starting from the beginning of the pandemic back in 2020, we’ve been trusting that the retail business will put a major spotlight on making their sites accessible. With most of the total populace compelled to shop more regularly online, you’d figure it would be

Why Should Businesses Assist Disabled People?

Making a good, dollarss-and-cents case for assisting this so-called “niche” group of disabled individuals can seem overwhelming – but it’s not as difficult as it appears. There’s a compelling rationale for creating accessibility and disability support programs at any organization, large or small, with 54 percent of the population living with someone with a handicap

3 Ways Disability Culture Has Been Changing

Society, including and especially social movements and communities, is in a constant state of change. If groups fail to change and adapt, they stagnate, lose relevance, and die. The process of change is almost always uncomfortable, fraught with strife, but ultimately valuable. This is notably true for disability communities. We as individuals are different. Our

Making the Workplace More Inclusive for Blind and Low-Vision Individuals

For all the sensible facilities the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) expects by regulation, work environments can cultivate a comprehensive culture for all by taking the following actions: Make applications more accessible. Offering an accessible application process sends the message that leadership values accessibility and equal opportunity. Alternately, assuming that visually impaired or low-vision candidates

10 Companies Who Demonstrate They Care About Employees With Disabilities

Employment is a crucial component to the well-being and independence of people with disabilities. Due to their needs, however, disabled workers often face hardships in employment starting with finding jobs and including thriving in traditional work settings. While some obstacles to accessibility can be eliminated with flexwork arrangements, such as remote jobs and flexible schedules,

Accessibility for People With Disabilities

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a comprehensive federal law that prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities. ‘Program accessibility’ is a fundamental principle of Title II of the ADA. Public entities are required to make services, programs, and activities accessible to individuals with disabilities. The ADA addresses the duty of certain organizations to accommodate