My Blind Spot CEO to Speak at Inclusion by Design Conference

2018-10-22T07:52:30-04:00October 12th, 2018|Clear View News, Events|

Conference will shape the future of work for women 50+ Albert J. Rizzi, CEO and founder of My Blind Spot, will join other leaders from the public, private and civic sectors for the first ever Inclusion by Design conference. Its purpose is to provide a platform for women 50+ and business leaders to meet, learn

American Airlines Comments on the Department of Transportation’s Interim Statement of Enforcement Priorities Regarding Service Animals

2018-09-17T10:47:40-04:00June 22nd, 2018|Accessibility, Clear View News|

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) is seeking comment on amending its Air Carrier Access Act(ACAA) regulation on transportation of service animals.


2018-06-05T11:39:04-04:00May 31st, 2018|Clear View News, Press Release|

Online Grocery Service Enhances Mobile and Desktop Accessibility to Meet Needs of Customers with Disabilities CHICAGO, May 31, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — PPeapod today announces its website and mobile app are in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations in effort to better serve its consumers with disabilities across all tablet, desktop and mobile

Mitigation vs. Litigation: Embracing Digital Inclusion

2017-10-27T19:22:20-04:00October 27th, 2017|Albert's Thoughts, Clear View News|

I just finished reading an article titled “ADA Suits Increasingly Target Websites” by Ally Marotti, with the Chicago Tribune. Ally writes about 3 different lawsuits leveled against nationally recognized retailers. For what you say? For discriminating against people with brains, financial means, and a laptop or mobile app to use when we shop, bank, work… people that, oh yeah, just happen to have a disability.

A Note to a Fellow Disability Advocate

2017-10-17T19:53:45-04:00October 17th, 2017|Albert's Thoughts, Clear View News|

I am sharing a note in response to a request for my participation in a survey about people with disabilities in the workforce. Unfortunately, the survey was not all that accessible, usable or inclusive. Even the most well-intentioned advocacy groups and individuals promoting inclusion, seem to turn a blind eye or a deaf ear to

New £10 Note Feature For Visually Impaired People Praised As ‘Absolutely Fantastic’

2017-09-13T13:51:45-04:00September 13th, 2017|Clear View News|

Visually impaired people have praised the new £10 note for a special feature built in to help tell notes apart. The new polymer tenner, which will be released on 14 September, features raised Braille-style bumps in the top left-hand corner. It was developed in conjunction with the Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB). Ian


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