Technology and marketing leaders spend hours building out the best strategies and products intended to connect customers with their brands. But it’s surprising how often they overlook the people who might be unable to access a website or app because of their disabilities.
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Working remotely has been a growing trend in recent years, yet a large percentage of the world suddenly found themselves forced to figure it out, when they previously never considered it an option. While there are plenty of articles circulating on the best ways to set up your space and manage your time while working from home, one specific area easily overlooked is how to really separate the two.
Even for people who don’t consider themselves homebodies, there’s hardly a better feeling than being able to leave work after a stressful day and come home to relax. One of the things that harms remote workers the most is the loss of that “coming home” feeling. If you aren’t careful, it begins to feel as if you just never leave the office. …