1 in 7 people worldwide live with a disability and may need accessibility features like live captions, transcripts, switch controls, voice controls, and screen readers. Let’s take a look at how Big Tech companies come up with solutions to make their products accessible to those with disabilities.
To help your website become more compliant with accessibility guidelines (and less likely to receive a lawsuit), we’ve compiled a list of the top five most common web accessibility mistakes and how you can fix them.
In today’s fast-paced world of mobile technology, creating an app that caters to a diverse audience isn’t just a good idea—it’s a fundamental requirement.
The classroom is no exception to the rise of AI usage, but while AI can be a stepping stone to learn something in greater depth, the growing reliance on it has raised concerns about cheating and academic integrity.
There are a wide range of screen readers on the market. We’ve compared the top screen readers to help you decide which software is best for you or someone you know.
Colour contrast has a huge impact on website and mobile app users; it changes the readability of a webpage, especially for those with low vision, colour blindness, or learning difficulties such as dyslexia.
CAPTCHA is a security measure used by websites to differentiate bots from real users and defend against spam. Failing to complete a CAPTCHA test prevents bots from progressing through a user journey, but these tests can prevent people with disabilities from progressing through user journeys too.