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Accessibility of 2020 Presidential Candidates’ Websites

June 30, 2019

A recent article in Time highlights the inaccessibility of campaign websites for the 2020 presidential election candidates.

Domino’s Petitions the US Supreme Court to Review Website Accessibility Decision

June 28, 2019

Domino’s corporation has petitioned the US Supreme Court to review the Ninth Circuit Court’s decision to allow an accessibility lawsuit to proceed. The lawsuit was filed by Guillermo Robles in September 2016.

Aurora Promotion – 20% Off Services for New Customers

June 25, 2019

Take the first step towards accessibility compliance with our 20% Off promotion for new customers.

Aurora Design and Consulting featured on Inside the ADA

June 16, 2019

Aurora Design and Consulting was featured on “Inside the ADA” on LA Talk radio on June 5th, 2019. President and CEO, Trip Rems, joined the hosts of Inside the ADA to discuss the state of ADA Title III and website accessibility.

Apple Voice Control widens voice accessibility to iOS, MacOS

June 4, 2019

A complete voice-operated interface opens up Apple’s iPhones and computers to people with physical motor limitations.

Global Accessibility Awareness Day

May 16, 2019

Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) is Thursday, May 16, 2019. This is the eighth annual GAAD event promoting accessibility awareness for design, development, usability, and related communities.

50 Colleges Hit With ADA Lawsuits

February 1, 2019

Inside Higher Education – Lindsay McKenzie Jason Camacho, a blind resident of Brooklyn, N.Y., is suing 50 colleges over the accessibility of their websites. The 50 lawsuits, filed in November, say the colleges are in violation of the Americans With Disabilities Act, as their websites are not accessible to people with disabilities. Camacho uses a […]

Blind advocates challenge state’s failure to provide accessible forms of communication to blind Medi-Cal consumers

November 15, 2018

A coalition of blind advocates today filed a class action lawsuit in Federal Court against the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) and three counties for failing to provide Medi-Cal notices in accessible formats, such as Braille.

First Lawsuits over Disabled Access to Websites make their way to Minnesota

October 10, 2018

Echoing a recent trend in other states, for the first time a lawsuit has been filed in Minnesota alleging that websites — in this case, belonging to a county and couple of cities — violate disability law.

National Survey Reveals Increased Awareness About the Capabilities of People Who Are Blind in the Workforce

September 20, 2018

According to the results of the 2018 survey, conducted by ResearchNowSSI, recruiting, training, and retaining employees with disabilities has grown in importance by 12 percentage points compared to the 2012 survey. Additionally, more hiring managers agree there are a greater number of jobs that employees who are blind can successfully perform.

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