The Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (or VPAT®) is the industry standard format for documenting accessibility conformance of information and communications technology (ICT) products and services.
Aurora Design and Consulting celebrates Global Accessibility Awareness Day on May 19, 2022.
The US Department of Justice has issued new guidance on website accessibility as it related to Title II and Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
At Aurora Design and Consulting, our mission is to make the world a more accessible place for people of all abilities.
Website accessibility for people with disabilities — long one of the most important and least understood needs of the information age — is coming into sharp focus as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) turned 30 last month. Read the Full Article
Image Credit: ADA National Network The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law thirty years ago on July 26th, 1990. Since 1990, the ADA has evolved to become the cornerstone of civil rights legislation for people with disabilities. The ADA protects individuals with disabilities from discrimination in places of public accommodation, employment, and […]
Artificial intelligence (AI) holds the promise of transforming every aspect of our lives. From self-driving cars to autonomous robots, AI-powered solutions are revolutionizing industry and transforming the way we live, work and play.
In these uncertain times, it’s more important than ever for organizations and businesses to prioritize accessibility to ensure that people with disabilities have access to critical services and supports. While families endure lock-downs and businesses shutter, the current crisis provides a tremendous challenge and opportunity for businesses to improve the accessibility of online services for […]
Orderspoon (by 4 Leaf Labs), an online order app for restaurants, has set a new standard for accessibility in the online order space. The customizable Orderspoon app integrates with Clover POS, and has been updated to ensure compatibility with assistive technology devices (including screen readers and braille displays).
The US Supreme Court has denied a petition by Domino’s pizza to rule on a lower court’s decision that it is liable for the inaccessibility of its website. In doing so, the Supreme Court, upheld the Ninth Circuit courts decision that the lawsuit does not violate Domino’s right to due process.