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Webinar Series: Making Communications Accessible for Remote Audiences – Resources

In this time of social distancing, critical activities of daily living have gone virtual for many – we shop, bank, work, attend classes, and get.

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Digital Accessibility is Important Now More Than Ever

With social distancing becoming the new normal, digital accessibility is vital for people with disabilities to stay in touch with society. Many people are solely.

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5 Top Ways to Increase Inclusion

Organizations often worry that increasing inclusion means throwing away their current design process, or causing major disruption to their day-to-day operations. In an ideal world,.

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Webinar: 2019 State of Digital Accessibility Part 1 – Market Drivers

Original Presentation Date: February 26th, 2019 Level Access CEO  Tim Springer  shares key digital accessibility market trends and developments, and discusses the current state and projections for:.

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Digital Accessibility for Retail & Dining: Customer Service and Review

Last week, we filled our grumbly tummies with a trip to the digital food court. Let’s go back to retail shopping, shall we? We’ve already.

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Digital Accessibility for Fine Dining, Fast Food, and Other Eateries

As more dining establishments use the web for sharing menus, taking reservations, and processing online orders for pickup or delivery, feeding your customers’ need for.

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PDF Accessibility Basics Series: Accessibility Checker Q&A

In the final webinar in the PDF Accessibility Basics Series demonstrated how to use the PDF Action Wizard as well as the PDF Full Check.

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PDF Accessibility Basics Series: Page Structure Q&A

In last week’s PDF Accessibility Basics Series webinar participants learned how to review and edit role mappings for custom styles, use correct heading structure, and.

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PDF Accessibility Basics Series: Forms Q&A

In last week’s PDF Accessibility Basics Series webinar participants learned how to create accessible text fields, checkboxes and radio buttons. We also discussed best practices.

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Text-to-911 Now Available in Los Angeles County Enabling the Hearing and Speech Impaired

The strobe lights of your smoke alarm start flashing. You’re alone, but you know what to do. Get to the TTY, ASAP. But tonight, that’s.

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