- Technology Can Help Serve Needs of Aging Populations (eWeek)
By Nathan Eddy (Sept 13, 2016)
- "A recent study by technology giant IBM and the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) Foundation, a public foundation that links seniors and people with disabilities with technologies to enhance their lives, shows that meeting the needs of a growing aging population will require new technologies, partnerships, ideas and business models."
- Dos and don'ts on designing for accessibility (GOV.UK)
By Karwai Pun (Sept 2, 2016)
- "[Provides] six different posters in [a] series that cater to users from these areas: low vision, D/deaf and hard of hearing, dyslexia, motor disabilities, users on the autistic spectrum and users of screen readers."
- Stop Talking About Accessibility. Start Talking About Inclusive Design. (Envato)
By Paul Boag (Sept 8, 2016)
- "The spending power of households with a disabled person equates to [over £200 billion in the UK alone](https://www.gov.uk/government/news/high-street-could-be-boosted-by-212-billion-purple-pound-by-attracting-disabled-people-and-their-families)."
- 5 key accessibility trends in North American education (Blackboard
By JoAnna Hunt (Sept 19, 2016)
- Why automated accessibility tools need manual testing to deliver what you want (Media Access Australia)
By Philip Jenkinson (Sept 26, 2016)
- "[Outlines ] five great reasons why manual testing by accessibility professionals, alongside automatic tools, is necessary to ensure that your digital communications, websites and apps are as accessible as possible."