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Digital Accessibility Newsletter
January 2020

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Accessibility Year in Review: 2019

Last year was incredibly eventful in the world of digital accessibility.

Lawsuits went mainstream. Senators pushed the DOJ for answers. Presidential candidates failed to make their websites accessible for voters with disabilities. And this just scratches the surface.

Read more about the last year in accessibility


Four Easy Accessibility Resolutions for the New Year

For most people, making resolutions isn't the problem — it's sticking with them that proves tricky. But this is because so many of us set unrealistic goals that we have little chance of keeping, so that by the time the February newsletters come out, companies need a different way to grab attention.

This year, we're helping you solve the perennial problem with easy accessibility resolutions that any individual or organization can keep.

Check out four easy accessibility resolutions anybody can keep

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Don't Wait for a Demand Letter to Take Accessibility Seriously

Taking the "wait-it-out" approach can be a costly misstep. Web accessibility is here to stay. The ADA does apply to websites and lawsuits are serious matters.Inaccessibility is costing billions.

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Omnichannel Stats Highlight Need for Accessibility Now

According to Google, 83% of U.S. shoppers surveyed searched online before going to a store, 45% of global shoppers buy online and pick up in-store, and 55% have used online videos in a store.

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Accessibility is Driving Tech Trends in 2020

Accessibility will play a critical role in the hottest tech trends of the year.

  1. Artificial intelligence is becoming smarter and more powerful.
  2. Mobile app growth could be good news for accessibility.
  3. Virtual and augmented reality aren't just for video games.
  4. Brain-controlled devices are moving from science fiction to practical use.

Read more about accessibility and tech trends to watch in 2020

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