The Difference Between WCAG A and WCAG AA Conformance?

The WCAG criteria aim to make web content more accessible to a wider audience of people with disabilities. All success criteria are important access issues for people.

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Procurement & Digital Accessibility: How to Buy Accessible Technology

Original Presentation Date: May 17, 2018 If you’re a buyer or a technology purchasing decision maker in your organization, this is one on-demand FREE webinar you won’t.

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California Passes New Digital Accessibility Law for State Agencies

As reported by Seyfarth Shaw’s ADA Title III blog, California has passed legislation requiring websites of state agencies and entities to be digitally accessible. The.

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Navigating VPAT® 2.0: A Guide for Vendors – Q&A and Webinar Resources

  Level Access hosted an ‘encore’ of our popular webinar, Navigating VPAT® 2.0: A Guide for Vendors yesterday; the original session took place on October 4, 2017,.

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Accessibility Conformance Levels: Reducing Risk

As discussed in last week’s blog post, “Accessibility Conformance Levels: Standards,” Level Access recommends a 98% conformance goal with technical standards. While achieving that goal.

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Accessibility Conformance Levels: Standards

We are often asked what level of conformance a website needs to reach to be digitally accessible. Although guidelines exist, such as the Web Content.

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Court Rules Five Guys Website Can be Place of Public Accommodation

In many of today’s digital accessibility cases under ADA Title III, the prevailing question is whether a website can be considered a place of public.

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AODA Information and Communication Standards

Regulations under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) are broken down into five groups of standards: Customer Service Transportation Information and Communications Employment.

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Winn-Dixie Decision in Florida Sets Landmark Precedent in Digital Accessibility

For the first time ever, a court has ruled that failure to make a website accessible violated Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act..

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Section 508 Timeline Comes Into Focus

With the final rule of the Section 508 Refresh now published, we now have a fairly clear picture of the timetable for Section 508 compliance..

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