How to Test Your Site’s Accessibility

You know about web accessibility and why it’s important.  You know that your site should be accessible and you’d like to make that happen.  But how can you tell if your site meets the necessary requirements?   Where do you start?  Automated Web Accessibility Tests There are a lot of accessibility tests out there.   […]

Where to Start with eBook Accessibility

  Why is eBook Accessibility Important?  From a business standpoint, eBook accessibility is a pretty easy concept to follow.  More people who are able to read your eBook means a larger audience.  And a larger audience, in theory, means more sales.  But eBook Accessibility is not just a box you can check or leave unchecked.  […]

What is Section 508?

Section 508, part of the Rehabilitation Act, applies to the accessibility of electronic information technologies (EIT).  It pertains specifically to EIT utilized or managed by federal organizations.  Simply put, compliant websites or applications will provide users and employees who have a disability with all of the same information and access as users and employees who […]

WCAG Vocabulary Explained

WCAG is broken up into four sections that outline important accessibility considerations. But the language used to define these sections is a bit abstract.  And the items contained within these sections use some very technical language.  If you’re not a developer, it can be challenging to figure out just what these guidelines are talking about.  […]

The Benefits of Accessible Content

There are obvious benefits to creating accessible content.  Your available audience grows. You avoid legal troubles. But there are also some less obvious benefits that might surprise you.    Better Code Practices  Imagine a simple home page or a table of contents in an ePub. This may be made up of a few simple lines of […]

Accessibility Consulting Red Flags

Digital accessibility is becoming more and more of a concern for businesses and organizations that utilize web applications or digital content.  There are some obvious ethical and practical reasons behind this.  And there are some very compelling legal reasons behind it as well. From the year 2017 to 2018, the number of web accessibility lawsuits […]

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