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WCAG 2.1: Exploring the New Success Criteria

Welcome, WCAG 2.1; we’re glad you’re here! The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) has been a part of digital accessibility since 1999. WCAG 2.0 was.

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The Future is Now: WCAG 2.1 is Finally Here!

This week, the W3C officially released its latest update to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). WCAG 2.1 builds upon the principles and guidelines found.

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Accessible Mobile Apps for Retail & Restaurants

Original Presentation Date: May 31, 2018 Mobile apps have revolutionized retail and dining, presenting customers with more options—and more ways to shop and place their orders—than.

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Online Educational Resources Just Out of Reach of Students with Disabilities

Today, much more education is happening online. Online universities offer students from all walks of life the opportunity to earn college degrees. And many more.

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Five Reasons Why Your B2B Organization Should Care about Digital Accessibility

As you may have noticed, our blog focuses quite a bit on the legal news surrounding digital accessibility. That will probably continue to be the.

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

In previous weeks, we have discussed the user experience of various people with disabilities when searching and shopping online and completing a purchase. Today, let’s.

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Digital Accessibility for Retail & Dining: Making a Purchase

Last week, we talked about searching and shopping online, and the barriers that a shopper with a disability may encounter while looking for that perfect.

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AT&T Presents the First Real-Time Text (RTT) App

In mid-December, AT&T unveiled Real-time Text (RTT) communication service to better serve the deaf, deaf-blind, and speaking impaired community. RTT is intended to replace the.

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PDF Accessibility Basics Series: Accessibility Checker Q&A and Webinar Resources

Level Access Accessibility Consultant James Thompson hosted the final webinar of an eight-part series on PDF Accessibility Basics on Thursday, January 4th on Accessibility Checker. There were a few questions during.

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PDF Accessibility Basics Series: Page Structure Q&A and Webinar Resources

Level Access Accessibility Consultant James Thompson hosted the seventh of an eight-part webinar series on PDF Accessibility Basics on Thursday, December 21st: Page Structure. There were a few questions.

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