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 […]

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 […]

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 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.   […]

The Harvard Content Accessibility Lawsuit

Here are some fast facts about the recently settled high profile web content accessibility lawsuits filed against Harvard and MIT.  Both of these lawsuits were officially settled in February 2020 by way of consent decrees.  Each school agreed to a new accessibility standard for all future content. They also agreed to bring all existing content […]

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