Accessibility in Business Blog

The latest news and trends in accessibility policy, programs, law, and business practices.

Accessibility Testing Tools

Posted on Friday, 13 December 2019 by Marissa Sapega

To the uninitiated, “accessibility testing tools” may sound intimidating. And that’s fair, given that some website accessibility testing tools have a larger learning curve than others and require contextual knowledge to fully utilize. However, for those looking to dip their feet in the website accessibility pond, there are several tools available make you the best […]

ADA Compliance Website Checker

Posted on Monday, 9 December 2019 by Brad Henry

If you are looking for an ADA compliance website checker, you’re at the right place.  Here at The Paciello Group, we want to first offer a bit of helpful information that the term “ADA Website Compliance” can be a little confusing. The word “Compliance” in relation to a website suggests that there is a list […]

Podcast 2019 Episode 4: Kevan Chandler, founder of We Carry Kevan

Posted on Friday, 6 December 2019 by Marissa Sapega

Mark speaks with Kevan Chandler, a non-profit founder, author, and adventurer to the core. They discuss Kevan’s non-profit, We Carry Kevan, which encourages the dignity of individuals with disabilities and their support systems, acknowledging everyone’s unique potential. Kevan discusses his travels as “the human backpack” with his friends across the world, and goes into detail […]

TPG Collaborates with the W3C on the New WAI “Introduction to Web Accessibility” Course

Posted on Tuesday, 3 December 2019 by Marissa Sapega

As part of its ongoing effort to ensure an equitable experience online, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) offers a wealth of resources on accessibility. One such resource is its Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI), through which individuals from all walks of life, from developers to policy-makers can access videos, guidelines, explanations, and more. Today, however, […]

What the Supreme Court’s Rejection to Hear Robles v. Domino’s means for Accessibility

Posted on Tuesday, 5 November 2019 by Marissa Sapega

It’s no secret that digital accessibility lawsuits have grown exponentially in the past few years. There was a 177% increase in digital lawsuits from 2017 to 2018, and numbers are projected to go even higher as 2019 draws to a close. In fact, one recent case, Robles v. Domino’s, may have paved the way for […]