Surfing the web can be tough, especially for people with disabilities. Many websites are just not set up with accessibility in mind. Super small print. Dense, hard to decipher block text. Graphics plopped onto the page for no good reason. And sub-par browsers can make things even worse.
Disability Hack: Accessibility in Microsoft Teams
Every day, people with disabilities struggle to be in spaces like board rooms and lecture halls that just don't meet our needs. Before the pandemic, ensuring that meetings were accessible was totally hit or miss.
Email is so much a part of our everyday lives. We use it to schedule meetings, confirm sales details, and plan events. But what if traditional email setups just don't work for you because of your disability?
For those with visual impairment, squinting at a screen can be a real challenge.