Is Your Organization Using Alt Text?

Every business has documents. If you’re a smaller company, you might not see the harm in using images without Alt Text in these internal documents. After all, they’re internal, right? And you’re not aware of anyone on your team who uses a screen reader. So what’s the harm?  The most obvious reason to start using […]

The Right Mindset for A11y

Accessibility is a fast growing topic. Businesses that have never even heard of web accessibility or content accessibility are now finding themselves making decisions about it.  And, with so many options out there, these decisions can be difficult to make.   Accessibility = Opportunity The rise in accessibility lawsuits has put accessibility on the radar […]

Audible Captions and the Publishing Industry

What Are Audible Captions? Back in July of 2019, Amazon-based platform Audible announced a new feature called “Audible Captions”.  The feature, as you might have guessed, provided machine-generated captions to accompany Audible’s audiobooks. These captions only provided users with around 3 words of text at time, which were shown as the text was read aloud. […]

Do You Need an Accessibility Statement?

You’ve hired an accessibility consultant, firm, or specialist.  You’ve invested time, effort, and resources into ensuring that all of your users enjoy a comfortable and intuitive experience within your accessible web application or website.  An Accessibility Statement is a great way to put that work on display and set a good example for your industry.  […]

How To Make Your PDF Accessible

There are a lot of ways to get information to your designated audience these days.  From web pages to spreadsheets to ePubs to ASCII art.  And sometimes, a PDF is a great option.  But not all PDFs are made with accessibility in mind.  If you’re not careful, you could risk alienating a large chunk of […]

Should You Use a PDF For That?

The PDF is among the most popular file types on the internet. Almost every computer or mobile device can open a PDF and authors of PDFs have a lot of control over what the end result will look like. But there are some significant drawbacks to the PDF. Companies who utilize this file type, particularly […]

How is WCAG 2.1 different from WCAG 2.0?

WCAG 2.1 adds some important guidelines to WCAG 2.0. This article will give an overview of a few of these added guidelines.  In particular, we will look at the guidelines added to make the web more mobile-friendly. We will also look at some of the guidelines directed toward users with cognitive and learning disabilities. A complete list […]

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