IA Blog

Inclusion & Accessibility
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Accessibility challenges in Multi-Factor Authentication

In today’s world, securing online accounts and protecting sensitive information is a top priority. Multi-factor authentication has emerged as a security measure, but while it enhances security, it may pose accessibility challenges for users.

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Celebrating Disability Pride Month 2023

Disability Pride Month is held every July to commemorate the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act, break down social stigma around disability, and celebrate the contributions the disability community has made to society.

Why Digital Accessibility Makes Good Business Sense

In this week’s blog, we explore why digital accessibility is a must in today’s corporate landscape and the benefits it brings to businesses.

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Common barriers in technology for users with disabilities

In this week’s blog post, find out the main barriers for people with disabilities when using technology, from the native device to user knowledge to online services.

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What’s new in accessibility for Windows 11?

The first version of Windows was released in 1985. Since then, they have come a long way in terms of user experience. In particular, we will talk about the accessibility features of their latest instalment, Windows 11.

Helen Keller

Helen Keller and the advancement of digital Braille

27 June marks Helen Keller’s birth anniversary. In this week’s blog post, we look back on the remarkable life she led and how it inspired the advancement of digital Braille technology.

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2.4.7: Focus Visible

Focus Visible is a level AA success criterion in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. It requires a visible focus indicator on any user interface that is keyboard operable.