Sailing Blind: How Technology Helps Visually Impaired Athletes Navigate New Waters
At the extreme end of adaptive sports, technology allows visually impaired sailors to compete without the assistance of sighted crewmembers.
The Importance of Accessibility in Data Visualizations
As big data rises in prominence, it's time to consider turning quantitative data into a qualitative experience for those with a temporary or permanent loss of sight.
Viewfinder: A New Playground Specially Designed for Disabled Children Opens in Scotland
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon holds the hand of two-year-old Jamie McGuiness as she officially opens Play as One Scotland's fully inclusive play park on June 4th, 2018.
Why Congress Is Close to Gutting a Key Provision of the ADA
Retail lobbyists are pushing through a law that will limit equal access for disabled Americans in commercial spaces.
Are Internet Standards Standing in the Way of Digital Accessibility?
Disabled people often need to modify digital content so they can consume it. Some advocates are worried new standards will turn them into criminals.