Rite Aid on Thursday announced an extensive set of E-Commerce and POS changes to accommodate visually-impaired consumers, admittedly under an implied litigation threat from advocacy groups.
Since the blog article was published, we got some feedback and reactions from the web community as well as the Barack Obama camp. They fixed the video caption page. Well… issues of accessibility remain:
- Why “ghettoize” or create a “digital divide” on the video page, and why can’t the videos be captioned (or have an option to turn on captioning) already? This is synonymous to a “text-only” page.
- Why Lightbox? It is NOT accessible!
- Also, when the script is turned off, so is the capability to access the videos.
- And, when the style is disabled, the links to the video player disappear.
Just reiterating, for “Bobby” lovers out there… The Bobby Tool is DEAD!
Part Two: is another possible candidate for the Democratic Party, Senator Barack Obama. Barack Obama’s website structure is no different than his counterpart Senator Hillary Clinton. This blog took out all the politics, all their policies, the tears and hair, the compelling stories. Just condense your judgment into the topic of Web Accessibility. I ran an automated scan using AccVerify/RepairÂ® scan of the Barack Obama website (www.barackobama.com). And here are my findings. Continue reading “Accessibility of Campaign Web site: Barack Obama”
This is the Part I of the three-part series of “Based on Web Accessibility: Who Would You Vote For?.” Taking out all the politics, all their policies, the tears and hair, the compelling stories. Just condense your judgment into the topic of Web Accessibility. So, to start, I ran an automated scan using AccVerify/RepairÂ® scan of the Hillary Clinton website (www.hillaryclinton.com). And here are my findings. Continue reading “Accessibility of Campaign Web site: Hillary Clinton”