As an individual with a disability, I have first-hand experience of how inaccessible the world has been and continues to be. There is a need for more awareness of accessibility and inclusion. Disability is not the barrier; it is the…
The disability community is an untapped market often overlooked in the development process. Websites and apps are the face of most services today. Despite this, people with disabilities continue to not have the same access as the general population.
We advocate for accessibility and inclusion to be implemented into design. In honor of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), we will highlight five ways you can help create an accessible online space and make the world better for everyone.
When it comes to web accessibility, the disability community is often overlooked. Here are seven (7) features that will help improve your overall website accessibility.
Zoom is accessible to more people with disabilities if the right steps are taken. However, keep in mind that Zoom may not be accessible to everyone as accessibility is not “one-size-fits-all”. Here are four (4) features and how they can be implemented into Zoom best practices to make Zoom accessible to more people.
We provide customizable trainings on disability and accessibility as well as specifics on implementing accessibility and inclusion. It all depends on what an organization is looking to learn and accomplish.
There is an untapped $490 billion market of people with disabilities. Despite this large dollar power, disability is often underrepresented and overlooked. This calls for a more sustainably accessible market.
Our services help improve accessibility and promote a more inclusive environment for people with disabilities. We utilize our unique perspectives based on our life-long accessibility experiences as travelers and customers with disabilities.
The ADA was signed into law in 1990. In 2018, the DOJ affirmed that the ADA covers websites: they must be accessible. Wandke Consulting can help ensure your services are accessible to all customers.
Websites and apps need to be compatible with Assistive Technology (AT). Below are the top five barriers that people with disabilities face when websites and apps are not compatible with the AT they need to access the online world.