For Black History Month, here are some insights about intersectionality in the disability world from some of our amazing non-profit partners.
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), real estate websites and apps need to be accessible to people with disabilities. Click here to learn what you will need to do to create an accessible real estate website.
Because they both apply to web accessibility, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act are often confused with each other. Click here to learn the difference between these important legislations and how you can comply with them.
If you have an eCommerce website, you need to guarantee that it is welcoming to all customers, including people with disabilities. Click here to learn what you will need to do to your online store to ensure it accommodates the disability community and complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Hearing the terms "screen-reader" being thrown away when discussing the ADA or the WCAG? That's because screen-readers are essential for web accessibility, and this article explains exactly how.
With more and more of our lives playing out online, the next frontier of accessibility is digital services — and like cities, those leading the way will benefit the most.
Alt text is an impactful accessibility feature that really makes a difference in the way people with screen readers consume content. Take a peak inside to find out how you can make your social media posts (on any platform!) accessible and inclusive to all.
Banks need to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Click here to learn how banks can ensure they are fully accommodating members of the disability community in both their physical spaces and their online domains.
When you showcase videos on your website, you need to make sure they can be accessed by everyone, including members of the disability community. Click here to learn what you need to do to ensure your online videos can be enjoyed and understood by people with disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
In this article, we discuss 11 ways web accessibility and SEO work together to improve the experience of your users, enhance your web visibility, convert more traffic and generate more revenue.
Great web design isn't just about incorporating cutting-edge trends and cool features. It's about creating an environment that welcomes all visitors, including those with disabilities. Click here to see 20 examples of beautiful and accessible websites that you can use as inspiration.
Scientists and inventors across the globe (many of whom themselves live with a disability) have cranked out some incredible gadgets, opening up whole new worlds for the disabled. Here are our 10 most impressive picks!
Ensuring your PDFs are fully-accessible to members of the disability community is both a moral imperative and a legal requirement, under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Click here to learn everything you'll need to know about creating ADA-compliant PDFs.
We raised $58M to support the disability community to educate the world about the importance of including people with disabilities, and, to help the business community ensure that their digital assets are accessible, inclusive, and provide an excellent experience to all users. With or without disabilities.
There are a number of awesome tools you can use in your efforts to ensure your website complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). These will help transform your website into a truly-inclusive space and help you fulfill your obligations under the law.