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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 […]

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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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100 Days at AudioEye: Moving Forward

In January, I began to share what I thought would be an adventure encompassing my first 100 days with AudioEye. I quickly realized the journey is much longer and deeper than 100 days, which is obvious since I am now 185 days into this adventure with no recent post. Since my first post, the company […]

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100 Days at AudioEye: 60-Day Check-In

Manual & Automated Accessibility Testing, a Match Made in Heaven The implementation process for many AudioEye clients is a 100 Day Journey. There are many milestones that are reached along this journey, and an important one happens around day 60. This is when we have completed a majority of accessibility remediations and the site graduates […]

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100 days at AudioEye: One Month Check-In

Technology, as viewed through the lens of my new colleagues at AudioEye, is limitless. This mindset has been the most consistent theme across my first few weeks on the team. It rings true as I continually learn more about the company, and is an essential belief held by everyone at AudioEye. As I complete my […]

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AudioEye: Not Just Another Overlay

Oftentimes, one company’s messaging can translate to a number of other industries, and I have to tell you that seeing those really clever LifeLock television commercials recently draws parallels to the current landscape of digital accessibility. You may know the commercials I am talking about, they go something like: Dentist: “David you have one of […]

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100 days at AudioEye: Week One

After my first week at AudioEye, I feel as if I have been introduced to a whole new world; more precisely a new language. I’ve always felt pride in my sense of compassion for others, but after my introduction to AudioEye, I’m embarrassed that I hadn’t considered inclusion from the perspective that is shared by […]

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Accessibility 2.0 – A Technology First Approach

As technology has advanced at a lightning pace in the Internet era, many of the resources and assistive technologies (ATs) that individuals use to access content have lagged behind, leaving more users behind and frustrated. For years, the traditional mindset has held that websites must be manually assessed to identify deficiencies and then manually recoded […]

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