According to a Pew Research survey, 75% of U.S. adults with disabilities say that they use the internet on a daily basis — but that number rises to 87% for people who don’t live with disabilities. Rates of internet usage are consistently lower for those with disabilities, and one of the goals of digital accessibility is to close the gap by making websites more useful and accommodating.
Originally published as 4 Technology Solutions for Web Browsing Accessibility at Digital Accessibility Blog
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