I am often asked in my global travels, – “Why does the United States litigate so much? Why do you always sue each other?” Or I get comments that start like this: “You Americans..” That always make me smile and cringe because I figure the person is going to take a shot at my country. I am proud to be… Continue Reading Troubling web accessibility trends in the U.S.
Con una cadenita de la princesa Elsa colgando de su cuello, Sara Ruh, voz oficial de Ruh Global Communications, asocia mi nombre con la princesa de Disney. Su sonrisa por la relación es evidente, tanto así que su madre se ve motivada a indicar que es su personaje favorito de Frozen, la película infantil que ha logrado captar… Continue Reading Sara Ruh, la Princesa de la Inclusión
Abstract: Technology is accessible if it can be used just as effectively by people with disabilities as it can by those without. Many people are surprised to learn just how much of the world’s population is affected by a disability, and how valuable accessible design is to government, private industry, and educational institutions. To understand the impact one has to… Continue Reading Accessibility Across the Globe: NEW DIRECTIONS, NEW POSSIBILITIES