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How to Incorporate Users with Disabilities in UX Testing

Usability testing often focuses on evaluating the usability of a website for a typical user. However, nearly 20% of the population has a disability, and the number of elderly website users is steadily increasing. Comprehensive usability testing must also consider the needs of people with disabilities. If you have limited experience conducting UX testing for users with disabilities, you’re not alone. We know you have […]

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Free Webinar Equips You for the Legal Issues of Web Accessibility

Does the Americans with Disabilities Act apply to your website? How can you reduce your legal risk? Web accessibility is becoming increasingly important for B2C companies as more lawsuits are claiming that the ADA applies to web products and services. Web accessibility is not just a technical issue. Nor is it just a legal issue. The topic requires a deep understanding of complex technologies as […]

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Making Voting Accessible for All

I voted completely independently this morning. In the past, the “accessible” terminal had serious problems. It was a touch screen with no indication of where to touch and no feedback whether your intended vote had been submitted. The audio reading was so far behind the screen that I often had several votes that had to be canceled. Vetoing Inaccessible Voting Systems I gave feedback several […]

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