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    6 ADA Web Accessibility Trends Revealed in our Mid-Year 2022 Report

    We just published our mid-year ADA web and App report created by the UsableNet research team reviewing all lawsuits filed in federal courts under the ADA and California state ...
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    June 27th is Helen Keller Day 2022

    Today, June 27th, we celebrate Helen Keller, a deaf-blind activist who advocated for laws to protect and help disabled people. In this blog, we will investigate Helen's life, ...
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    UsableNet launches ADA Accessibility Lawsuit Tracker

    At UsableNet, we've just launched a monthly ADA Accessibility Lawsuit Tracker to report any claims against a website, mobile app, or video content filed in federal court under the ...
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    How to use Headings for Website Accessibility

    For more than one million blind Americans, navigating a website using keyboard commands is a common, quick way to learn about the layout of a website. When a website is organized ...
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    3 Barriers to Web Accessibility That Impact Me as a Blind User (Guest blog)

    Editor's Note: We are delighted to share this post in our series by UsableNet's Marketing Intern, Lily Mordaunt. Read more of Lily's posts, including how she navigates the web as ...
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    5 Ways Delivery Apps Don't Deliver On Accessibility (Guest Blog)

     By March 2021, 47% of Americans used food delivery apps. Up from 38% in 2020, the statistics show how heavily we ended up relying on delivery services to get us through the ...
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    What is Digital Accessibility? A Global Accessibility Awareness Day Post

    Today, Thursday, May 19, 2022, is the 11th Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)! The purpose of GAAD is to get everyone talking, thinking, and learning about digital access ...
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    What Is an Accessibility Statement and How Do You Write One?

    What is an accessibility statement? An accessibility statement on your website tells your community of users about your commitment to web accessibility. Within that special ...
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    The 4 W’s of Digital Accessibility (and How to Begin)

    Digital accessibility is designing or adapting digital environments, content, and tools—including websites, mobile apps, and smart devices—so they can be used by people with ...
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