Web content accessibility: Is it really accessible for everyone?
Almost anyone who has access to Internet is familiar with how websites, apps and other kinds of web content systems work. They understand the navigation mechanisms and the way the information is displayed. But, how people with disabilities interact with the same content is a different story.
Access to information has been considered a right since December 14th, 1946 when the United Nations, at their General Assembly, recognized that “freedom of information is a fundamental human right and is the touchstone of all freedoms to which the United Nations is consecrated”. Two years later, this statement became an obligation for every member of the United Nations with The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.