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    WCAG : Web Accessibility Training: Why, What and Who [BLOG]

    At all levels of your organization, from the C-suite to the marketing department, website accessibility training can be a staggering experience.. Whether your employees have a ...
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    How and Why to Design Your Site for Screen Reader Compatibility [BLOG]

    Approximately 253 million people worldwide have a visual impairment, according to the World Health Organization, which means making your website accessible to this unique ...
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    ADA Web Accessibility Lawsuit Report [Infographic]

    UsableNet's Research team reveals the most targeted regions and industries for ADA Web Accessibility related law suits in 2018.
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    Web Accessibility - You Put In The Hard Work. Now Maintain It! [Blog]

    The importance of maintaining and continuing to document your web accessibility compliance efforts was highlighted in June this year in Haynes v. Hooters of America, LLC. The ...
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    Retail industry becomes top target for ada lawsuits [blog]

    Over the past 12 months we’ve seen ADA web accessibility lawsuits reach an alarming high across major industries, and weekly updates show no sign of this trend slowing. Advocates ...
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    13 Questions to Ask Your Website Agency About Web Accessibility Guidelines [Blog]

    Your website is the digital version of your brochure and business card all rolled into one. It’s how people recognize you on the internet. What do you want people to say about ...
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    4 Steps To Take in NY or FL Re: Your Website Accessibility Lawsuit [Blog]

    If you operate a business in New York or Florida, you might have noticed an alarming trend: there’s been a rise in website accessibility lawsuits against businesses. It could only ...
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    Automated Testing is Not Enough for Web Accessibility ADA Compliance [Blog]

    Over 80% of WCAG 2.0 Success Criteria requires Manual Review and 100% of the new WCAG 2.1 Success Criteria will require the same. By Giacomo Petri and Christian Federici
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    10 Steps To Take After Receiving an ADA Demand Letter on Website Accessibility [Blog]

    Don’t worry you are not alone; it is estimated that thousands of companies will receive ADA demand letters during 2018 as the DOJ have pulled back from establishing clear ...
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