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Design is not just how it looks | Adam Silver | Designer, London, UK.
Aesthetics don't trump usability. 11 little examples of design that prioritises the visual side of things over everything else at the cost of usability and accessibility.
Review of AccessiBe accessibility overlay
The Accessibe accessibility overlay, allegedly powered by AI, does not fix all your website accessibility issues, introduces new access errors and may potentially still allow you to be sued for an inaccessible website.
The Ravelry Redesign: An A11y Case Study In How Not To Do It
What is Ravelry? Since it launched in May 2007, Ravelry has been the dominant online community for knitters and crocheters. It has a dedicated user base --…
Should I Use An Accessibility Overlay?
No. Using an accessibility overlay on your website is bad. Here is why...
Jury Awards $650,000 for ADA Violation That Would Have Cost $3,000 to Fix - Wheelchair Travel
Companies that do not take reasonable accommodation requests from disabled employees seriously could jeopardize the bottom line.
Accessibility shouldn’t be abandoned in the rush to reopen, says Sigma
Sigma, a user experience and digital agency, is calling for greater consideration in accessibility as stores are reopening post lockdown.
Block those website accessibility overlays that claim to fix accessibility but often make the website far less accessible
(Exclusive) Disability-friendly area opens at Toledo Botanical Garden
Watch Now! Disability-friendly area opens at Toledo Botanical Garden
Disabled Users Say Ravelry’s New Site Design Has Given Them Seizures
At least eight Ravelry users say they've had seizures from the site's redesign, and many more say they've experienced severe migraines or vertigo.
Parks Victoria fails to include People with a Disability in its new Tidal River Wilderness Experience.
In recent times, as readers of this page would be well aware, we have supportedÂ Parks VictoriaÂ for their accessibility initiatives. Today is not one of those days.
Why call-to-cancel policies are an accessibility nightmare | Modern Retail
Customers hate call-to-cancel policies. They’re fiddly, time-consuming and inconvenient. And for people who may be Deaf or hard of hearing — approximately 15%
Safer train stations - YouTube
Kirklees visual impairment network are supporting the RNIB as it calls for the Department for transport and network rail to make its train stations safer for...