“I think there’s a misconception that if you make something accessible, it won’t look good, but that’s totally not the case.” John Samuel, CEO, Ablr… Read More »How Universal Design Can Make Accessibility Sexy
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Black Friday is upon us! And that means gift shopping. With Covid-19 changing EVERYTHING about our lives, online shopping has become the norm, especially in… Read More »Accessible Wish List: Access without a Thought
Forbes Feature: How Ablr Is Working To Make All Companies, Of All Sizes, More Inclusive Of Accessibility And Workers With Disabilities
“My goal is to remove all the barriers to make sure all qualified people, no matter their ability, can be successful at any job, in… Read More »Forbes Feature: How Ablr Is Working To Make All Companies, Of All Sizes, More Inclusive Of Accessibility And Workers With Disabilities
As we launch our new Ablr business, we truly believe that partnerships are going to be a critical component to our long term growth, and we’re seeking strategies to build out a referral partner program.
As stay-at-home orders continue, boredom is increasingly becoming a problem. The closets are organized, the light bulbs are changed, and still there is no end in sight.
For several years, washing dishes was one of my favorite things! Even when I was working in Cameroon, where I had someone to help clean my house, I made it a point to wash my dishes every day.
Recently, I had the honor of taping the commencement speech for the George Washington School of Business, my alma mater. It’s an amazing honor and I never thought I would be doing this, especially not barefoot in my parent’s house (Check out the picture, if you don’t believe me!)
Guest Post by Jackie Fergurson from The Diversity Movement.
There is unrest in America right now. Many are grappling with how to process these events and with how to protect our children among systems of racial inequity that continue to mistreat us.
Recently, my family and I got a vanity plate for our car. We drive a very nondescript (also known as boring) car, and once we found out that personalizing it is really not very expensive, we went for it. Because Accessibility is a bit of a family business for us, we got the North Carolina license plate that reads A11Y.