From AccessNow's blog: The future of work isn’t remote. It is accessible. As companies move their businesses online and manage their teams virtually, we see progress in ways of working that our community often advocates for. Remote work doesn’t just help #FlattenTheCurve by staying indoors but it also levels the workplace and proves that accessibility for all is possible. Access to digital platforms and tools can get the job done whether you’re in the office or not.
Although technology offers flexibility to the traditional office-centric model of work, not all remote working tools are accessible. There is still a lot of progress needed in accessible design and digital accessibility–a topic we’ll save for another post. For now, we want to highlight companies that are designing products with accessibility and inclusivity in mind.