Not only do they suck, but they are completely inaccessible which means people with disabilities who use assistive technology likely won't be able to use them, in violation of the American's with Disabilities Act, the Unruh Act (if you are in California) and G-d only knows how many more regulations. They'll figure it out either when they get sued or when the DoJ comes knocking on their door. It will be an expensive lesson

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Sheri Byrne-Haber, CPACC

Sheri Byrne-Haber, CPACC

Blogger, disability advocate, nerd. Bringing the fire on ableism. A11y Architect @ VMware. Wheelchair user w/ a deaf daughter. CS, Law, and Business background