Today, I’m gonna share a few tips so that you can make your website more accessible and inclusive to all. Basically, these are the low-hanging fruit that can instantly improve your website, giving you a starting point for making your sites more inclusive.
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Pandemic Underscores Difficulties Accessing Transportation for People with Disabilities
Everyone still needs to access essentials, whether it is groceries or medical care. Some people with disabilities have an especially hard time figuring out how to do so safely.
Design for Life
The AAA invited some of the worlds’ foremost design gurus to reimagine the relationship between our older selves and the built environment. Jeremy Myerson, Helen Hamlyn Professor of Design Royal College of Art, opened the session by pointing out that the majority of older people will not move into specialist housing or retirement villages. Most will be obliged to make do, adapting, and retrofitting their existing properties where possible.
Accessible Online Platforms with Cities4All
The digital transformation of the world is happening. During this pandemic, and coming out of it, we are hearing from government partners at all levels from around the world that they are already expecting to be relying more on using technology in the future, which is significant.
Inclusive Design vs Accessible Design (with Infographic)
What’s the difference between accessible design and inclusive design?
COVID-19 poses unique challenges for people with disabilities
Americans with disabilities are largely left out of the U.S. coronavirus response despite being uniquely affected by the disease, says Johns Hopkins epidemiologist and ophthalmologist Bonnielin Swenor
We Need a New Approach to Designing for AI, and Human Rights Should Be at the Center
Designers need a methodology that helps them weigh the benefits of using a new technology against its potential harm
Google Offering New Tools To Help Those With Disabilities
Google is introducing new technology to simplify smartphones for those with cognitive disabilities and it’s beefing up its map program to make it easier to know if destinations are accessible.
Apple Watch Could Soon Measure Activity Of Wheelchair Users
Fitness trackers normally help users keep track of their fitness levels by measuring the number of steps they take in a day, the distance they walked or ran, and also by measuring how many calories they burn while doing things such as running or exercising.
How Tech Is Improving Soccer Experience For Visually Impaired Fans
In December 2018, a clip of a Liverpool fan at Anfield celebrating a goal during a Champions League match went viral. Such an event isn’t unusual in itself given fans love to take videos on their smartphones to share on social media.