Target Still Being Sued For Having Website Blind Can’t See

Target’s motion for dismiss was dismissed by Judge Marilyn Hall Patel and we’re taking a peek at the complaint and rubbing our eyes.

The class action brought by the ADA on behalf of Bruce ‘BJ’ Sexton, a student in California, contends that Target.com is problematic for blind people because, “alt-text is missing from images, preventing screen readers from describing them to blind users; purchases cannot be completed without a mouse because keyboard controls do not work; image maps are inaccessible; and headings are missing that are needed to navigate.”

For a blind person, Brian can sure see bad web design darn good.

Previously: Blind Sue Target, Claim Web Site Unfairly Needs To Be Seen