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    A Technical Guide to Getting Started with Web Accessibility: Part 1 (Alternative Text) [Blog]

    Today, one in every seven people worldwide live with a disability. In 2017, let’s assume that, by now, you’ve decided to do the right thing and make sure your website is usable, ...
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    Winn-Dixie Website ADA Ruling - How it Affects Your Website [Blog]

    On June 13th, 2017, a Federal Court in Florida ruled that American supermarket chain, Winn-Dixie, violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by not making their website ...
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    Three Lessons Learned at the M-Enabling Summit 2017 [Blog]

    Recently, we sponsored and attended the M-Enabling Summit in Washington D.C. For those of you that are not familiar with this Summit, it’s an established initiative that promotes ...
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    Apple’s WWDC 2017: iOS11 Updates Drive Seamless, Accessible Experiences [Blog]

    Alongside conferences like Facebook’s F8 and Google’s I/O, Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) unveils new products, recent software updates and its latest ...
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    Web Accessibility Infographic 2017 [Infographic]

    Have you ever checked to see how accessible your website is to people with disabilities?
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    Industry Bites: February 2017 [Newsletter]

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    Usablenet Accessibility Checker [White Paper]

    Now that you know the core website elements to focus on, quickly run an free automated check of your website with the WAVE Web Accessibiltiy Evaluation Tool. Assuming you've ...
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    United States Access Board Adopts WCAG 2.0 Standards [Blog]

    As technology continues to advance, ensuring usability and accessibility for disabled users is an imperative that cannot be overlooked. Laws such as the Rehabilitation Act and the ...
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    Industry Bites: December 2016 [Newsletter]

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