For Black History Month, here are some insights about intersectionality in the disability world from some of our amazing non-profit partners.
Routier’s co-founders Gal Bareket and Niv Penso, Israeli elite intelligence unit 8200 alums, have joined our family at the C-suite level to help us meet the increasing demand for innovative professional services and the development of new products.
As accessiBe’s Chief Vision Officer, I couldn’t be prouder to announce that we just launched our national TV campaign which can be viewed on prime-time channels on the East and West coasts.
Making websites accessible doesn’t have to be complex. There are some steps you can take to improve your website for those with limited or low vision. Making your text, colors, and other visuals as accessible as possible is a great place to start.
Did you know there are dyslexia fonts available? In this article, learn everything you need to know about using dyslexic fonts to make your website more accessible.
Have you ever had to climb up a set of stairs with your knee hurting so bad you couldn’t fold your leg? Or have you ever tried to navigate through a living room full of kids’ toys with your eyes closed? Or better still, imagine having to negotiate your way through an unknown city without street signs with your car lights off?
More than 6 million people with disabilities live in Canada, and more than 2 million are from Ontario alone. Currently, most of them can’t use websites just like everyone else. This is what the AODA comes to fix, and not complying can have costly consequences.
Like many industries beforehand, it’s time for web accessibility to accept technological breakthrough
With new features and updated designs, our new dashboard organizes and streamlines everything you need to add websites, customize the solution, onboard clients, and more!
Taking a deep look at UserWay's paid accessibility widget, and testing if it does or does not make websites accessible for people with disabilities
I want to discuss this whole concept of “accessibility” and what makes it happen. Can accessibility only be accomplished and maintained through coding? Is coding even a real part of the definition of accessibility? I believe the answer to these questions is no.
We just announced the completion of our Series A round of funding to a total of $28 million, getting us closer to our goal of making the entire Internet accessible!
Why I joined accessiBe, where are we going to, and what does being a Chief Vision Officer at accessiBe mean?
accessiBe 3.0 has just arrived, and this is one of the most exciting product updates of 2020!
Anxious clients are pressing their agencies for solutions, as web accessibility lawsuits make national headlines. High profile cases against Domino’s, Winn-Dixie and even Beyoncé Knowles are prompting everyone from global brands to small local businesses to ask, “what about me?”
More and more articles are recently bashing web accessibility plugins like UserWay, claiming that they put your business at major risk of litigation. Following these, we wanted to shed some light and explain the situation.