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Digital Accessibility Newsletter
November 2019

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Career Websites Have to Be Accessible. Is Yours?

Title I of the ADA prohibits discrimination on the part of private employers, state and local governments, job agencies, and labor unions.

While this includes the hiring process, too many career websites are not accessible, often resulting in discrimination before people can even hit the Apply Now button. Read more


World's Most Popular Websites Share This: Accessibility

It isn't a coincidence that the six most popular websites in the world make visible, concrete commitments to accessibility?

What is it that Google, YouTube, Facebook, Amazon, Yahoo, and Twitter understand? That driving accessibility is good for their customers and their bottom lines. Read more

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2019 Holiday Shopping Predictions

More than half of holiday sales will be made on mobile devices and voice assistants will play a bigger role.

See what other holiday shopping predictions we're buying and how accessibility fits in.

Read more

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Top 5 Podcast Accessibility Tips

If you're a podcaster, your material should be available to as many people as possible. To do this: provide an accessible website, provide an accessible media player, provide a transcript, provide captions, and offer alternative output.

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New Vimeo Accessibility Updates

The video-sharing platform serves more than 90 million creators. With their recent accessibility improvements, they should be able to serve more.

  • Higher color contrast
  • Clearer focus states
  • Better screen reader support

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You Might Be an Accessibility Champion If You...

  • Respect the process but value results even more.
  • Creatively apply knowledge to solve problems.
  • Have an aptitude for technical concepts, but want to make things better for people.

If you're thinking about a career in accessibility or you want to advance accessibility initiatives from whatever role you're in, you might already be an accessibility champion in the making. Read more

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