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    How a Blind Person uses a mobile Device

    Editor's Note: This blog is a summary of our November 12 Webinar, "How a Blind Person uses a Website on Mobile versus Desktop." Watch the webinar in full here.  As our world ...
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    E-Commerce & The ADA: Everything You Need to Know for 2021

    This blog is a summary of UsableNet's November 19th Webinar, Ecommerce ADA Strategies for 2021, Watch the recording in full here. At least 1 billion people around the world have ...
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    Implementing Web Accessibility: A Guide to Aria Landmarks

    The growth of underlying technologies demands that digital accessibility constantly evolve, often in lockstep with web design standards and practices. There is no finish line for ...
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    UsableNet sponsors NCDE Founders with Disabilities PitchFest

    UsableNet has announced its sponsorship of The Viscardi Center's first annual National Center for Disability Entrepreneurship (NCDE) PitchFest Competition on November 19th. 
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    How Designing Your Website for Accessibility and Inclusion Builds Your Brand

    In today’s social climate, an inclusive brand is more important than ever. Diversity and inclusion (D&I) has become a major consideration in the C-suite and the boardroom, and ...
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    Your Guide to Accessibility Lawsuits during COVID-19 (Webinar Wrap-Up)

    2020 has thrown us all for a loop, and the world doesn’t look quite like it did a year ago today. It only makes sense that in the middle of a major societal overhaul that there ...
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    Tanner Gers joins UsableNet as Head of Partnerships

    UsableNet is pleased to announce our new Head of Partnerships, Tanner Gers. We caught up with Tanner a few days before Halloween to learn a little bit more about him and his role ...
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    How a Blind Person uses a Website

    We all know that digital accessibility is important, but have you ever watched a person who is blind or who has visual impairments use a computer or website? Are you sure that ...
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    What Is WCAG 2.1 and Why You Should Adopt it ASAP

      The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are the de facto industry standard for website accessibility. The WCAG details what criteria you need to meet in order to make ...
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