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Maxwell Ivey: From Carnival Owner to Blind Blogger
Get to know Maxwell Ivey, AudioEye’s newest contributing writer.
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Accessibility and Me: A Journey from the Mountains to the Virtual Realm
Get to know Itto Outini, AudioEye's new Accessibility Outreach Manager.
October 11, 2022
Everything You Need to Know About AudioEye’s Manual Testing and Remediation
Learn about AudioEye’s manual testing and remediations.
April 14, 2022
Square ADA and AudioEye Join Forces to Deliver Digital Accessibility
In a move to provide its customers with more robust, ongoing digital accessibility solutions and expertise, Square ADA – a web accessibility firm dedicated to Squarespace websites – is joining forces with AudioEye.
January 19, 2022
When Accessibility Is Personal: A Q&A With AudioEye’s Sarah Kinneer
Sarah Kinneer, a Solutions Engineer at AudioEye, believes that accessibility is the right thing to do. Striving for accessibility takes on significance for her. She has faced these barriers herself as someone who is neurodiverse.
June 08, 2021
Why is manual work important for accessibility? Meet AudioEye’s QA manager and AT tester
JAWS is a screen reader assistive technology (AT) tool enabling those who cannot see the screen to access information on computers and smartphones. If a site isn’t coded correctly, quite simply, JAWS won’t “read” it correctly – nor will any other AT. Kaely’s job is to make sure every AudioEye client site is functioning properly for the end user. She does this by testing it, re-testing it and testing it again.
May 07, 2020
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