The accessibility product market is flush with new overlays, each making newer, bolder, more bogus claims than the last, all while basically providing poor "fixes" and a UI widget that does[...]
Accessibility overlays have existed on the market since at least around 2004. Companies such as Readspeaker offered products that displayed a widget on customers’ websites that were best described[...]
Today, via Facebook's "Memories" feature, my good friend and mentor Mike Paciello shared this tweet from Steve Faulkner:
As I write this, 97% of the US population is under stay-at-home orders, which means that unless a person is an essential employee or performing an essential function, they must stay home. All 50[...]
During one of our recent sales meetings, one of our sales staff informed me that one of his customers had asked us to create an accessibility statement that they could put on their website. So, I[...]
You know you need to do accessibility testing, but you're having a hard time finding a testing service that fits your wallet.Most accessibility testing services charge you a hefty monthly fee[...]
If you do email marketing, you know how hard-won each of your email subscribers is. Each email address represents a person who is interested in your product and is either a paying customer or a[...]
Join us for A11yAMA on March 18 at 11am ET to talk with Wink Harner, professor of assistive technology at CUNY, and executive board member for ATHEN, the Access Technology Higher Education Network.