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Understanding Assistive Technology: How Do Legally Blind People and Others with Low Vision Use the Internet?

Understanding digital accessibility challenges is easy if you know people with disabilities. But what if you’ve never seen a person who is blind use their.

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Understanding Assistive Technology: How Does a Blind Person use the Internet?

Understanding digital accessibility challenges is easy if you know people with disabilities. But what if you’ve never seen a person who is blind use their.

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Mobile Accessibility 401: Let’s Get Testing!

When people ask questions about doing accessibility testing on mobile devices they are often making two basic assumptions. The first is that accessibility testing on.

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Mobile Accessibility 301: Switching Things up with Switch Access

Switch access is a way for people with limited mobility to interact with various communication and mobility devices.

Superdome Not Super Accessible: Accessibility News Roundup, July 9, 2018

Welcome back to our Accessibility News Roundup, where we bring together the best recent stories from the web about accessibility. First up, NPR’s Marketplace dedicated an entire.

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Does WCAG 2.1 Replace 2.0? When Should You Adopt WCAG 2.1?

This is the final post in a three-part series about WCAG 2.1. Previously, we covered WCAG 2.1 in AMP (Accessibility Management Platform) and WCAG 2.1: Exploring the New Success Criteria. .

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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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Mobile Accessibility 201: Colors, Contrast, and Magnification, Oh My!

Screen readers might be the best-known aspect of mobile accessibility, but they’re not the only game in town.

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Could I Get A Ride? Accessibility News Roundup, June 13, 2018

Hey everyone! Welcome to the latest edition of the Level Access Accessibility News Update, where we tell you what’s been going on in the realm.

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Mobile Accessibility 101: Mobile Screen Readers

We’re kicking off our mobile accessibility series with a comparison of the TalkBack (Android) and VoiceOver (iOS) screen readers.

RICO (not Suave): Accessibility News Roundup, May 11, 2018

Welcome back to our Accessibility News Roundup, where we bring together the best recent stories from the web about accessibility. We start off with some sad.

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Level Access asks, “Why are so many lawsuits settled before they go to court?”

Digital accessibility is a constantly changing area of law. There are no explicit regulations for private companies and although we have dozens of court decisions,.

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Level Access asks, “Will the Trump administration mean less enforcement of accessibility regulations?”

Digital accessibility is a constantly changing area of law. There are no explicit regulations for private companies and although we have dozens of court decisions,.

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Level Access asks, “Is Congress likely to take action on the ADA?”

Digital accessibility is a constantly changing area of law. There are no explicit regulations for private companies and although we have dozens of court decisions,.

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Level Access asks, “will there be new regulations? or deregulation?”

Digital accessibility is a constantly changing area of law. There are no explicit regulations for private companies and although we have dozens of court decisions,.

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Level Access asks Nicole Sieb Smith, “Are digital accessibility lawsuits going to continue in the future?”

Digital accessibility is a constantly changing area of law. There are no explicit regulations for private companies and although we have dozens of court decisions,.

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Section 508 Refresh: Understanding the New Requirements

If you’re looking for information about the Section 508 Refresh, you’ve come to the right place! Our Section 508 Refresh whitepaper has been updated to.

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Level Access asks Kristina Launey & Donald Brown, “Do court decisions reduce uncertainty?”

Digital accessibility is a constantly changing area of law. There are no explicit regulations for private companies and although we have dozens of court decisions,.

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Legal Thought Leadership Series: Level Access Asks the Experts

Digital accessibility is a constantly changing area of law. There are no explicit regulations for private companies and although we have dozens of court decisions,.

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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.

PDF Accessibility Basics Webinar Series

On-Demand Webinar Series This eight-part series covers core PDF accessibility concepts in convenient 30-minute sessions. All webinars in the series are available on-demand and include.

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Microsoft Word Accessibility Series: Page Structure Q&A

Yesterday we presented the second webinar in the Microsoft Word Accessibility Basics series on best practices for Page Structure. As promised, we captured the many.

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Microsoft Word Accessibility Series: Non-Text Elements Q&A

Webinar #1 in the Microsoft Word Accessibility Basics series covered non-text elements. There were so many questions during the webinar that we unfortunately did not.

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The Trouble with Tables: A Brief Introduction

This is the first in a three-part series of blog posts that is dedicated to the many people in Government agencies who deal with PDF files.