“There is no reason why every developer couldn’t do it,” says developer Mark Rollins. “It’s not a financial thing. It’s thinking ahead, planning your design. I see it as a feature that makes perfect sense.”
Ryanair comes bottom in report looking at how accessible the UK’s top ten travel companies are online.
The report by user experience design agency, Nomensa, identifies Ryanair as the worst travel company for providing their customers online with an accessible experience.
Legislation aside, it’s simply good business for all organizations to commit to full accessibility.
While other provinces are in the process of examining accessibility laws, Ontario is so far the only province that has legislated the removal of all barriers to access in the public and private sectors.
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COAT International Friend Neil Squire Society in Canada advised us of a recent government-commissioned report that confirms lack of accessible handsets in Canada for people with disabilities despite a directive in place for accessibility.
Governments should step up efforts to enable access to mainstream services and to invest in specialized programmes to unlock the vast potential of people with disabilities
The Essex County Accessibility Advisory Committee is diligently working towards another great day of learning and networking at our 9th Annual Opening Doors
and Minds Workshop. This year’s event will be held on Thursday, October 27, 2011 at the St. Nicholas Macedonian Eastern Orthodox Church Hall, 5225 Howard
Avenue, LaSalle, Ontario.
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