Accessible eBooks Are For Everyone.

Content Made with Everyone in Mind For a long time, readers who were blind would need to seek either braille editions or raised print editions.  These editions, if they existed at all, were printed in very limited quantities and could be very expensive.  Audio books are another option, but again, not every book will be […]

Accessibility Vocabulary Check: POUR?

Pour is an acronym that the WCAG uses to describe accessibility. Each letter stands for one of the four principles of content accessibility. These principles break down important considerations for ensuring that content, web or otherwise, is accessible to as wide an audience as possible. This blog will break down each letter of POUR to […]

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 […]

What’s the Deal with HTML5?

HTML5 has been around for a very long time now. But not everyone moves at the same speed. Different browsers adopt technologies at different rates. And developers need to factor in that compatibility when they choose technologies for their projects.  But, now that it’s been over 12 years since the initial release, it’s pretty safe […]

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.  […]

3 Things to Love About WCAG 2.2

Web accessibility, at its core, is about addressing the potential difficulties associated with using the web for people with disabilities.  However, many of the solutions and standards prescribed to address these difficulties make the web a better place for everyone.  Standardizing certain aspects of web design makes the web a more intuitive place.   There’s […]

Accessibility Questions to Ask Your Web Developer

Your company needs a website.  So you’ve decided to seek out a talented individual to build you one.  You know you want a site that is functional and accessible.  What questions do you need to ask to ensure that the person you’re hiring knows what they’re doing?  Here are a few to get you started.  […]

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