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    Brielle Cayer

    Brielle Cayer
    Brielle Cayer is a student at Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business in New York City, pursuing a B.S. in Global Marketing and Consumer Insights, as well as an M.S. in Business Analytics. She is currently serving as UsableNet’s Marketing Intern for Spring 2021. In the future, she hopes to work in marketing research and data analysis.

    Recent Posts

    Accessible Web Design for All Types of Vision

    When I was initially asked if I was interested in writing about my accessibility experiences for UsableNet, my first thought was "But I'm not blind enough." As silly as that ...
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    Simple Web Accessibility Fundamentals: A User Perspective

    Digital accessibility is a complex, technical topic. It often involves inevitable, dry conversations filled with acronyms, legal jargon, and complex tech lingo. While these ...
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    How Many People Need My Website to be Usable and Accessible?

    Amazon's Alexa, dark mode, captions, Google image search – what do all these things have in common?
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    Five Glaring Accessibility Issues I Face When Shopping Online

    My younger sister and I both got the shopping gene from our mother. We love rummaging through the sales racks or checking out NYC thrift shops. However, we spend even more time ...
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    10 Tips on How to Build Accessible Digital Forms (Guest Blog)

    As a student, I fill out digital forms on a weekly basis. Whether they represent class opinion surveys, a school talent show registration, or entries for a Broadway ticket ...
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    Top 8 Accessibility Issues to Avoid on Your Website (Guest Blog)

    As a legally blind individual, I’ve grappled with my own accessibility nuisances for most of my life (check out my blogs on how I use assistive technology and my phone for ...
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    Designing an Accessible Digital Menu for Your Restaurant

    I come from a "foodie" family. I've never had the chance to be a picky eater; as a kid, my two favorite foods were broccoli rabe and smoked salmon. Yes, I was strange. Along with ...
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    What COVID-19 Taught Me About Digital Accessibility

    I remember the beginning of quarantine season clearly. It was March 9th of last year, another busy Monday for me as a Fordham University student in NYC. I walked out of my ...
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    Remember Invisible Disabilities in Web Accessibility

    I’ve adored the theater since I was in diapers. At age five, my favorite movie was The Sound of Music. I’d exhaust its VHS tape, kneeling in front of the television absolutely ...
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