Effective communication via auxiliary aids and services requires parity of experience for people with disabilities—that people with disabilities are not, “treated differently than other individuals”—when those auxiliary aids and services are present.
A deeper dive into the key concept of “auxiliary aids and services” and the related concept of “effective communication.”
Learn what to do if you receive a complaint that your website isn’t ADA compliant, plus steps you can take now to avoid getting one in the first place.
A summary of the core requirements in the Specific Prohibitions section of ADA Title III, mixing in references both to the statute (law) and implementing regulations.
A summary of the core requirements in the general prohibitions section of ADA Title III that we’ve seen relate to digital accessibility.
This post shares Q&A from our March 11, 2020 webinar with Seyfarth Shaw LLP Partner Kristina Launey and Level Access CEO Tim Springer. You can.
Original Presentation Date: March 12, 2020 The Accessibility Guidelines Working Group has created useful materials to help interpret the new WCAG 2.1 success criteria, but.
We got a lot of great questions in last week’s webinar – Unpacking Commonly Misunderstood WCAG 2.1 Success Criteria – presented by Chief Accessibility Officer.
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