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5 Things you need to know about WCAG 2.1

On June 5, 2018, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) officially released an update to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), the technical standards for ensuring digital content is accessible. The release of WCAG 2.1 is an exciting progression because not only is it a massive step in making digital content more accessible for more […]

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California Takes Leadership Position in Digital Accessibility Recognizing Global Accessibility Awareness Day in the State

The birthplace of the high-tech revolution takes another step to advance digital accessibility recognition. Tucson, Arizona, May 17, 2018 – AudioEye, Inc. (OTCQB: AEYE) (“AudioEye” or the “Company”) a leader in technology-based website accessibility, and founded in the belief that it is the right of every individual to enjoy equal access to the Internet, and […]

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Webinar: The Basics of Creating Accessible Content

Hosted by MedTouch and AudioEye Tuesday, March 6, 2018 10:00 a.m. PT | 11:00 a.m. MT | 12:00 p.m. CT | 1:00 p.m. ET Register Here Attendees will learn: People First: Why Your Site & Content Needs to be Accessible WCAG 2.0 Universal Design Principles Common Accessibility Errors Achieving & Maintaining Digital Accessibility in Compliance […]

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Webinars: What Health Care Pros need to Know About Digital Accessibility

Three Free Webinars on Digital Accessibility! Hosted by MedTouch and AudioEye Times the same for all webinars: 10:00am PT | 11:00am MT | 12:00pm CT | 1:00pm ET These one hour webinars are free and open to all. Registration is required for each webinar. Introduction to Digital Accessibility Tuesday, February 6, 2018 Register Here Attendees […]

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Dyslexia

Dyslexia is a general term for learning disabilities related to difficulty with reading, writing, and spelling. It is called a learning disability because it can impact a student’s learning experience by making it more difficult to process information. But dyslexia is not related to intelligence, it just means that people with dyslexia may need more […]

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Fieldsets

Overview Proper organization of information within a web page is of paramount importance when developing content. One commonly-overlooked aspect to content organization relates to correlated fields on a form, oftentimes sharing the same “name.” Fieldsets are an easy but important way to group together related inputs and give them a common label. They can be […]

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Links

Tips for Making Links Accessible Links/Hyperlinks are one of the most basic but important elements on any webpage. They are essential for all users in website navigation and provide valuable information. As a result, inaccessible links are one of the biggest issues a website can have and can present significant challenges for end-users in a […]

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Color Blindness

Color vision deficiency is referred to as color blindness. People with color blindness are not blind, but perceive colors differently than someone who doesn’t have a color vision deficiency. Color blindness occurs when someone is unable to perceive the variance between different colors. Normal vision vs. Color Blindness Color blindness can be generally simplified into […]

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Blindness

For many, “blindness” is often considered to be the inability to see out of either eye. To the contrary, the definition of blindness isn’t so black and white and can come in varying degrees. It includes several different characteristics, including total loss of vision, partial blindness, or limited vision. The legal definition of blindness is […]

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Low Vision

Individuals with Low vision are able to see, but, even with powerful corrective lenses, certain visual tasks may still present challenges. People with low vision experience a loss of vision to the extent that they are required to learn new ways of navigating through common daily activities. Many of the causes of blindness are also […]

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