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Your website is accessible. What about your third-party platform provider?

Your website content is fully accessible for individuals of all abilities. But your end-to-end digital experience requires an interface with a third-party platform. Turns out, that platform has everything you need from a functional perspective, but it’s not accessible. Now what? Ditch the vendor? Give up on digital accessibility entirely? Not so fast. Here at […]

Topics: AudioEye Originals

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.

Topics: Accessibility 101, AudioEye Originals, Inclusive Design

American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) Title III Lawsuits Being Filed at Record Pace

Fifteen percent of the world’s population lives with some form of disability. Seventy-five percent of that population uses computers or digital devices. Digital Accessibility is about people, a lot of people. It is about their right to access all of the information in the digital world and to use digital tools to lead a happier and more […]

Topics: Accessibility Law, AudioEye Originals, From Around the Web, Industry News, Market Analysis

Happy Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)!

Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). All over the world, technology pros and disability advocates will come together to further the discussion about how we can promote inclusivity through technology. What started with a Blog post in 2011, is now a global movement to raise awareness about an issue that to many of us […]

Topics: AudioEye Originals

Inclusive Art Requires Accessibility

A recent study by the UK-based organization, Attitude is Everything, found that 82% of music lovers with disabilities surveyed had difficulties booking tickets to live music events. More than 73% felt discriminated against in the process, and 79% of respondents said they wound up not buying tickets at all due to accessibility issues. The survey […]

Topics: AudioEye Originals, From Around the Web

Q&A with Todd Bankofier on the USBLN Rising Leaders Mentoring Program

The USBLN Rising Leaders Mentoring Program is a six month career mentoring opportunity that pairs at least 200 college students and recent graduates with disabilities with business professionals from USBLN partner companies. The USBLN (US Business Leadership Network) unites business around disability inclusion in the workplace, and provides various tools and programs to bridge inclusive companies […]

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Accessibility, Predatory Lawsuits and the Real Issue

Recently, our AudioEye team attended the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference in San Diego. CSUN is the largest international conference on assistive technology. The conference brings together participants from across the industry, everyone from makers of talking pill boxes, to our colleagues at Level Access, Siteimprove, ADA Site Compliance, and the accessibility teams from Microsoft and […]

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