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.
The National Law Review has published a new article on the growing risk of accessibility litigation. The article covers current legal trends, and some tips to avoid a costly ADA Title III lawsuit.
A recent article in Time highlights the inaccessibility of campaign websites for the 2020 presidential election candidates.
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.
A complete voice-operated interface opens up Apple’s iPhones and computers to people with physical motor limitations.
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.
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 […]
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.