The goal for equal access to information and the path towards an accessible society is made prevalent in this week’s accessibly stories. Both public and private organizations are illustrating their commitment to accessibility with advancements in technologies and usability features. This week we are sharing a few organizations that make accessibility a priority.
In the past couple of years we’ve seen big changes in the banking & financial services industry—big, positive changes. Of course, at T-Base we are happy to help spread the word on such changes, as it is important that other organizations be aware of existing opportunities to improve accessibility and enhance the customer experience. Below we’ve recapped three of the biggest steps toward greater accessibility in the banking industry in recent years.
In light of Valentine’s Day this past week, our weekly roundup features stories that touch the heart and perspectives on why accessibility needs to be prevalent in today’s affairs for consumers who are blind, print-restricted, or have low vision.
First, Happy Valentine’s Day!
We hope your day is spent with the person or the people you love—and a little chocolate doesn’t hurt either, right? We know Valentine’s Day is a popular one for public displays of adoration online—messages, pictures and videos—but we have something a little different to share with you all. Today we bring to you something near and dear to our hearts: T-Base Love Stories.
It’s Friday, which means it’s time for your weekly roundup of #tbasestories! All three of our favourite accessibility-related stories this week involve making mediums of communication more accessible. Today there are tools for making text displayed on the television and text displayed online easier for people who are blind and people who have low vision to access, which is fantastic. Learn about these tools below.