3 Things - Tuesday, November 30

  1. Introducing updates to make it easier for guests with disabilities to travel
    Under our new accessibility review process, Hosts simply submit photos of the accessibility features in their home, which are then manually reviewed by a specialized team of Airbnb agents. We’re also making it easier to find these stays with updates to 13 search filters, including step-free bedroom access and accessible parking spot.

  2. With Disability-Friendly Packaging, Olay Aims For Greater Accessibility
    Olay North America said that it is rolling out a new easy-open lid featuring a winged cap that’s simpler to grip. The package also includes a high-contrast label and Braille text.

  3. Driving the accessibility advantage at Accenture
    In fact, providing increased access to technologies that meet the needs of persons with disabilities lays the foundation for inclusive work cultures that enable these employees to thrive—presenting a tremendous opportunity.


Maggie Vaughan, CPACC
~ friend of DubBot, A11Y practitioner in higher ed