What Being A Chief Accessibility Officer Means

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Author: Rosemary Musachio, Chief Accessibility Officer at Ruh Global Communications Recently, Ruh Global Communications appointed me its Chief Accessibility Officer (CAO).  In my role, I will manage internal and external accessibility projects.  I will ensure that accessibility best practices will be followed within the company and help clients meet their accessibility needs, including website and product accessibility.  I will consult on… Continue Reading What Being A Chief Accessibility Officer Means

Troubling web accessibility trends in the U.S.

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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.

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

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With special comments from Sam Joehl, SSB Senior Accessibility Specialist. I was perplexed when I read about a class action lawsuit against Walt Disney Parks & Resorts. “On June 29, 2011, the United States District Court Central District of California certified a nationwide class of blind persons in a class action pending in Los Angeles against Walt Disney Parks &… Continue Reading No Good Deed Goes Unpunished