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    What's Next After the Supreme Court's Denial of Domino's ADA Web Case

    Big news broke on Monday for people with disabilities, disability rights advocates and any business with a Website or doing business online or via mobile apps. The US Supreme ...
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    Accessibility Discussions to Have Before Developing a Killer Mobile App

    Your mobile app is a handheld extension of your company’s values. Customers of all abilities take it wherever they go and expect it to provide quality service, day and night. As ...
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    ADA Web Compliance: A Blind User's Experience- Part 2

    Editor's Note: The UsableNet September Webinar on  A Blind User's Experience of a Website was summarized in DGREAD—a bi-weekly newsletter designed to inform, educate, update and ...
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    The Importance of Building Your Mobile App to WCAG 2.0 Standards

    From watches to TVs to your car dashboard, mobile technology now goes well beyond phones and tablets. Your audience expects a product or service that connects fluidly across ...
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    Using a Screen Reader on the new Twitter.com

    Editor's Note: This post originally appeared on Knowbility.org. Thank you to author Anthony Vasquez and Knowbility for allowing UsableNet to share it here and thanks to Becky ...
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    New Whitepaper: ADA Accessibility Guide for Retailers

    At UsableNet, we understand that getting to know the legal and technical issues of ADA compliance for Retail Websites and apps can be confusing. Whether creating a new Website or ...
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    Digital Agencies - Get Ready for ADA Web Procurement Clauses

    With more than 5,000 companies being sued under the American Disabilities Act (ADA) over the past two years for in-accessible websites or app, claims have reaching a rate of ...
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    ADA Website Lawsuits on the rise in California

    ADA Website lawsuits are on the rise in California and no organization with an online presence is exempt.  Even the State of California is being sued by a San Francisco blind ...
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    Supreme Court and ADA Web Accessibility Prediction: “We’ll Pass”

    Lots of articles, accessibility experts, and corporate lawyers have recently discussed the possibility of the Supreme Court hearing the Robles v Domino’s case in which the Ninth ...
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