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Evinced Chief Executive Navin Thadani Says ‘The World Is Closer To Making Technology Accessible Than People May Think’ In New Interview

Steven Aquino
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Steven covers accessibility and assistive technology.

May 20, 2022,12:27pm EDT|

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Evinced surveyed the top 30 public websites for accessibility.

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Bay Area-based web accessibility startup Evinced is one of a few recurring characters to appear in this column. They last surfaced back in January, when chief executive officer Navin Thadani spoke with me about his company’s growth, the importance of accessibility awareness, and more. The company makes software, such as checkers, that helps web developers make their sites accessible to disabled people.

To commemorate Global Accessibility Awareness Day this year, Evinced is releasing the results of findings of a study done on the world’s top 30 public websites. The companies were ranked based on market capitalization, with a combined market cap of $1.7 trillion. Evinced scanned each website to determine how accessible they are; of them, Microsoft’s was the only one not used as Evinced says it was unavailable.

It turns out, Evinced reported [...]

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