All the features and the details behind each one
Become more accessible
The American Community Survey estimates the overall rate of people with disabilities in the US population in 2016 was 12.8%. That's a large piece of the market not being able to access your online business
Stay ADA Compliant
Every business is considered a “public accommodation” and should be able to be used, understood and accessed easily. Settlements on ADA website compliance typically range from $5,000, to $50,000, to millions
It's good karma
At the end of the day, we all know that it's the right thing to do. Especially when it comes to photosensitive epilepsy, we should be extra careful since seizures can be lethal
Of all earnings, 10% goes to Epilepsy charities, while the rest helps us build free tech for the community (example) 💜
Trust me you have made mine! I have lived with photosensitive epilepsy for 37 years. I dread holidays as I have to get hubby to check every message & remove all flashing gifs sent. This will give me my independence back! That means everything to me!— Raw Ability Life (@RawAbilityLife) 31 March 2019
I want to give a huge shout out to @alexsideris_— Indie Gamer Chick (@IndieGamerChick) 4 April 2019
He developed the Epilepsy Blocker extension for Chrome and Firefox. It disables flashing GIFs, the ones that can give me a seizure.
I'm triggered by ads far more than by video games. Probably because they're unexpected.
Thank you for doing this. Being online is a big risk for those of us with PSE, and some extensions that are supposed to help with this are useless, most especially on Tumblr. I like using GIFs and some are quite funny, but too often people don't tag the especially flashy ones.— One stitch at a time 👩🏼🎨 (@Chaosfay) 31 March 2019