In this technology-dependent world, it's clear that the flow of information is key to our shared future. But who gets to help build that future? It should be obvious by now that most of human history has been dominated by men—and the workplace is
We were honored to guest blog for The New Normal about the accessibility of Cyber Monday. Please read the full article at the New Normal: Blogging Disability. Snippet: Cyber Monday deals now span an entire week. Black Friday deals begin early
No blessing is too big or small to count during Thanksgiving. 66 entrepreneurs share with us what they’re most thankful for this Thanksgiving in 2018. From good health to a great work team, here’s what an attitude of gratitude looks like for business
Please read full article at Speech Technology Magazine. Our snipped: “The ADA doesn’t require conformance to WCAG 2.0, but many businesses are working to do so as a measure of risk avoidance and because WCAG 2.0 AA standards are generally
Read full article at Equities. There are many reasons why there's a growing number of socially responsible businesses in the United States. One reason is the mindset of up and coming generations of new workers. For example, among Millennial's, who
Congratulations to our very own Dana Marlowe named in this year's class of the Mid-Atlantic Innovator & Entrepreneur Award Winners from CEO Report! She is being honored for her work as an innovator in the field of accessibility, by leveraging
This innovation highlights how an inclusive business culture can impact the community and society in ways that are beyond measure. The success of this company is predicated on diversity and inclusion and therefore constitutes a new and innovative
Many companies have changed the way they operate so they can change the world, and others have made it their central mission. Read about Accessibility Partners in this article from Go Banking Rates.
As Rosh HaShanah approaches, a honest look at living with mental illness and grappling with forgiveness. Read Sharon's submission in the New Normal.
With 15% of the world’s population living with some form of disability, making apps more accessible is an important, but often overlooked, part of the app design process. Types of disability that might affect a user’s experience include hearing