352 Inc. / Marketing / October 18th, 2007

Websites May Require Visually Impaired Access In California

Looks like our California clients might be in touch soon, or we could give them a shout and update them on this possible new ruling. I just read a blog post on tech-crunch about the case of the National Federation of the Blind vs Target. Visually impaired users couldn’t fully use the site because Target didn’t offer accessibility tags on its images, keyboard options for navigation and missing navigation headers.

you can read the full story here