Americans With Disabilities Act

Websites

Beyonce's Official Website Got Sued -- and Yours Could Be Next

Five ways to make sure you have built a website that's compliant with ADA standards.

The Power of Person-First Language in the Workplace: Why the Words You Use Matter

Look past the disability and you'll see a person with talent who is making a contribution.

Employing Individuals with Disabilities May Solve Your Talent Crisis

Employment rates won't change until companies begin to shift attitudes and awareness about people with disabilities.

Even Internet Entrepreneurs Need to Make Their Businesses Handicap Accessible

Disabled users have sued businesses over website accessibility. The Americans With Disabilities Act applies to online businesses.

5 Steps to Make Sure Your Website Is ADA-Compliant

Websites need to be just as accessible as ATMs, elevators, terminals and other user interfaces.

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