In previouse articles, we discussed reasonable accomodations and ways offices can be more accessible. In the following video, Jennifer shows us what reasonable accommodations look like at work, and how working from a wheelchair can be achieved with just a few easy accomodations.
One of the first things people think about when making printed media accessible is a larger font size. It’s usually recommended that a size 16- to 24-point body be used. However, by increasing the font size, other things need to be addressed. Larger font means that the text will take up more room on the […]
A few weeks ago, we discussed ways to make your website more accessible, but the access train doesn’t stop there! Print design, despite being a far older medium, is still not always accessible to everyone. The interesting thing is, mass-printed media was originally intended to be accessible to all. Gutenberg invented the printing press so […]
Going off to college is a big step for anyone. People with disabilities who go to college may have a few more hurdles to jump over. It’s still very possible, though. Most colleges have been in session for a few weeks now, so this is the perfect time to talk about getting the most out […]
The internet has made it easier than ever to spread awareness for your business. But what if I told you there are people out there who want to view your website but can’t? And what if I told you that the reason they can’t is not because they lack the desire or the ability to […]
The world isn’t built for disabled people. Offices, like many places in the world, aren’t always accessible to people with disabilities. A lot of the time, it’s the little things that can be fixed in fifteen minutes; but because it’s not something that bothers most people, it doesn’t get addressed. And to make things even […]