Website Accessibility News
For law firms on the web, online accessibility for the disabled is good business
Adopting web accessibility standards helps law firms do right by their clients, employees, and profitability. In the same way that a firm wouldn’t forget to install a ramp to its office’s front door, web accessibility is something the profession can no longer turn a blind eye to.
How CadmiumCD incorporated W3C’s latest accessibility standards into its events software
With the update, W3C sought to create standards that would make content available to a wider range of people with disabilities, including blindness and low vision, deafness and hearing loss, and cognitive disabilities. Additionally, smartphones weren’t as advanced or widely used when the initial version was released in 2008.
Composting Humans: Greening the Death Biz in Washington State
Recompose, a B-corporation run by Katerina Spade, an architect, and ecologist who was waiting for this step to break ground on the first urban “organic reduction” funeral home in the US. The process is environmentally friendly—and less carbon-intensive than cremation. Recompose grew out of a nonprofit called the Urban Death Project, which was supported in part by a fellowship from Echoing Green.
10 Best Tribute and Memorial Fundraising Tips for Nonprofits
Acquiring new donors is becoming harder and more expensive than ever. Rented charity lists have almost disappeared, the issues of consent and data privacy are becoming more challenging for nonprofits worldwide, and donors’ attention span is shorter than ever.