The pace of news has accelerated exponentially in recent years, and that’s doubly true for web accessibility! With so many important updates to keep abreast of, it’s very hard to stay current. This category aims to aggregate news, trends, and important developments for you, so you can get all the updates you need in a single place.
Here’s how you can use a combination of built-in accessibility features as well as inclusive best practices to provide a more inclusive email experience for everyone.
There are many things to think about when you're opening up a new business, and accessibility might not even have crossed your mind. Although this is understandable, it's also a mistake. Putting accessibility at the top of your list will help you set your business up for success in many different ways.
The recent rise in ADA web accessibility lawsuits targeting physicians makes this a top priority to address.
Like many industries beforehand, it’s time for web accessibility to accept technological breakthrough
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?”
From global brands to small local businesses, everyone with a website feels the looming threat of web accessibility lawsuits. According to an analysis by Seyfarth Shaw, more than 11,000 ADA Title III lawsuits were filed in federal courts in 2019, a 400% increase compared to just six years earlier.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, more than half the world’s population is under some kind of quarantine. For millions of people, work-from-home has gone from being a rare exception to the norm.
The sudden outbreak of the coronavirus (or COVID-19) has had unexpected consequences for many areas of our lives. Have you considered how it affects people with disabilities who has much less access to online services?
A recent court ruling found that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to Domino’s websites and apps. How does this ruling affect small businesses?
Within time, web accessibility brought with it a whole host of benefits and motivations which go beyond just avoiding being sued. Digital accessibility has become from a moral duty and a social commitment to one of the principles of modern marketing and businesses.
Rapid digitalization has compelled accessibility standards to be in constant adjustment, making small and medium businesses (SMB) an easy target during the current spike of ADA web accessibility lawsuits.
Celebrities these days are no strangers to ADA web-based lawsuits. Although The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has been around since 1990, it has only recently been heavily targeting people who offer digital customer experiences, as per the 2018 DOJ affirmation of The ADA’s coverage of websites.
Looking to mitigate legal risk? trying to assess how close you are to being ADA compliant? Feeling overwhelmed by reading the official Web Content Accessibility Guidelines? (WCAG 2.1). Well, this guide is exactly for you!
as the web accessibility topic’s popularity increases exponentially, we, as industry leaders, are morally obligated to contribute as much data as we can, to help drive the field forward.
In this guide, we’ll take you step-by-step to ensure that you get the most out of accessiBe’s capabilities and that your website’s accessibility is performing at the highest level.
Everything you need to know about U.S legal requirements relating to web accessibility. From Section 508 to the ADA and the WCAG.
In the wake of accessiBe’s success, Forbes included accessiBe’s 3 founders, Shir Ekerling, Dekel Skoop, and Gal Vizel, on its 2019 30 Under 30 list.