The Importance of the Twenty-First Century Communication and Video Accessibility Act of 2010

Next to the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (“ADA”), the Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act of 2010 (“CVAA”) is the most important.

Accessibility in the Hiring Process

Overview Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, along with Titles I and IV of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), prohibits discrimination related.

The Many Facets of Content Management Systems

Overview Content Management Systems (CMS) have become one of the most popular internet-based technologies.  They are a collaborative method of composing, editing, publishing, sharing and.

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CSS Background Images and Accessibility

There have been a spattering of articles discussing background images and their accessibility issues. There does not seem to be a clear solution for all.

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iPad Accessibility – My Perspective

Over the past year there have been many reviews of the iPad and its accessibility features. I’m writing this post to share my personal experiences,.

Accessibility of Browsers

While Internet explorer and Firefox work well with leading screen readers on Windows, and Safari works well with VoiceOver on the Mac, the question arises.

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Remarks on Internet Explorer 9 Accessibility and Compatibility with Assistive Technology

The release of Internet Explorer 9 has brought about new accessibility challenges which have, as a result, necessitated many assistive technology manufacturers to release new.

SSB BART Group and TecAccess Announce Strategic Partnership – Press Release

McLean, Virginia – April 7, 2011 – SSB BART Group (SSB) and TecAccess are pleased to announce a strategic partnership that allows SSB to expand.

Our strategic partnership with TecAccess

Earlier today we had the pleasure of announcing a strategic partnership we developed between SSB and TecAccess – another leading firm in the accessibility space..

Testing Accommodations – Enyart v. The National Conference of Bar Examiners

Recently the U.S. Court of Appeals made a ruling on Enyart v. The National Conference of Bar Examiners that upheld the right of a blind law school graduate student to use specific assistive technology – in this case JAWS and ZoomText – when taking a licensing exam. The impact of the ruling is that users with disabilities have a clear right to take a test using assistive technology they are directly familiar with when preventing this would make the test accessible. This ensures the examination is administered in a fashion that allows an accurate gauge of the individual’s efficacy and domain knowledge not their disability.