ADA Lawsuits in the Last Five Years: Trends and Take-Aways

ADA Lawsuits in the Last Five Years: Trends and Take-Aways

The need for digital accessibility is increasing just as the ADA lawsuits against inaccessible web sites and apps are increasing at an alarming pace. The recent article published by UsableNet titled Five years of ADA web and app lawsuits – key observations and trends confirms this fact without doubt. In this article, we will discuss…

Do We Need Screen Reader for Accessibility Testing

I was talking to a friend & the conversation towards how people with disability like me find accessibility bugs. I showed her a demo by sharing my screen reader voice through zoom & ran her through the process. Then the talk moved around how accessibility trainings are conducted, as a person with disability I believe…

Scroll to top: Does it need to be accessible?

Scroll to top: Does it need to be accessible?

Recently, we asked the accessibility practitioners a question about scroll to top button on LinkedIn which prompted an article “Scroll to top: Where should the focus land?” Most of the accessibility members in the community voted to move the focus to skip to content link & the developer of the Kadence theme for WordPress implemented…

ADA Digital Accessibility Lawsuits 2021: Our takeaway

With so many laws, accessibility guidelines, accessibility programs and accessibility driving organizations in the digital landscape, Has the state of accessibility improved? I will leave this question unanswered for now. However, the yearend report for 2021 on ADA digital accessibility published by UsableNet will throw some light on the state of digital accessibility till now…

WCAG 2.2: What we know till now

The web technologies, mobile technologies and the dynamism of user interface designs are evolving much faster than ever. Along with the ‘work from home’ culture and pandemic driven world, the technical growth is driving the need for accessibility as the needs of the users with disabilities are changing and evolving rapidly. The Web Content Accessibility…