International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP) position statement on overlays

Last fall, IAAP established an Overlay Task Force after increased concern from their membership about the activities of Overlay companies in the context of their membership in IAAP. Earlier this month, that task force presented a draft set of recommendations…

Sheri Byrne-Haber’s most popular accessibility/disability inclusion blogs of 2021

They broadly fall into four distinct groups — 1) litigation, 2) the accessibility book I authored on May, 2) general accessibility commentary, and 4) disability inclusion. I started blogging a little over three years ago because I was angry that…

Why doing an instant ADA website compliance review is a terrible idea

TL;DR — you will get an inaccurate, incomplete, and biased report of your actual accessibility status, plus potentially create significant legal liability This article is not legal advice. This is a general opinion article and should not be relied upon…

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