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Simplifying the complicated topic of web accessibility

You know what web accessibility is. You understand the different approaches to solve it. You now find yourself overwhelmed with what we call the “alphabet soup” of web accessibility.  WCAG. ADA. Title III. Section 508. What do all of these terms mean and how do they impact your business? Let us help… Want to review […]

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Options to address web accessibility

The internet changed life as we know it. But imagine clicking, shopping, browsing…. with your eyes closed. Or without the use of your hands? What if rapid video movement prompted a seizure? Or your colorblindness prevented you from being able to discern critical information? 15% of the population has some form of disability that may prevent […]

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What is website accessibility?

Is the term “website accessibility” new for you? If so, you’re not alone. Think about it this way. In the same way that ramps and rails enable physical access to buildings for those with disabilities, web accessibility serves as the “ramps and rails” to ensure barrier-free, virtual access to digital content. Our video “what is […]

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Is Your Kiosk Accessible?

Seems everywhere we turn, we now experience a self-service kiosk – whether it’s the gas station or the grocery store. Suffice it to say, kiosks have come a long way over the years, but are they truly accessible … to everyone?

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You Built My Website, Why Isn’t It Accessible?

You’ve gone through the process of finding the right Content Management System (CMS) provider to build your website. Then came the laborious process of design. Your marketing team filtered through hundreds, maybe thousands, of images, lost sleep over tag lines, syntax and verbiage and changed the launch date of your site at least five times, but finally your site is live. Chances are, you’ve all but forgotten about the website, except for checking in on it here and there.

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