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    2018 ADA Web Accessibility Lawsuit Recap Report [BLOG]

    The lawsuit culture that surrounds website accessibility has grown steadily over the past few years and shows no signs of slowing. UsableNet’s research team has been tracking all ...
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    5 Star Best Practices for Maintaining Web Accessibility [BLOG]

    You’ve made accessibility a priority for your company’s website. You have a budget; you have buy-in. All stakeholders are on board, and you have already completed (or are near the ...
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    Does Your Website Represent Your Inclusive Brand? [BLOG]

    Every decision you make about your online presence comes with consequences, and the frontline of your brand—your website—could be failing at inclusivity. It’s estimated that by ...
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    Accessibility and SEO: Where’s the Overlap? [BLOG]

    Web users conduct more than 3.5 billion Google searches every day, which means getting noticed online is harder than ever. Although most businesses turn to search engine ...
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    5 Factors to Remember About Accessibility When Building a Website [BLOG]

    Your website is only universally useful if it’s accessible by people of all abilities, including those with auditory, cognitive, intellectual, motor, speech, or visual ...
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    What Is the Difference Between Accessibility and Usability to the Disability Community? [BLOG]

    In recent years, thanks to a rise in Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Title III lawsuits, the importance of website accessibility has been getting the attention it deserves. ...
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    Your Website Isn't Accessible: Do You Have the Resources to Fix It? [BLOG]

    Whether you’re worried about being hit with an accessibility lawsuit or it’s already happened, you know that you need to make website accessibility a priority. In the first half ...
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    DOJ Confirms Websites Are Subject to ADA [Blog]

    As a response to a letter from 103 Members of the House of Representative in June, the Department of Justice (DOJ) released the following response on September 25th, ...
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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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