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Settlement Shows Limits of a “Separate-But-Equal” Approach to Digital Accessibility

Building a separate “assistive” website may seem like a good way to provide resources to customers and clients with disabilities, but, as a recent settlement.

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Blue Beanie Day: My Origin Story

In 1996 I remember sitting at a computer at 11pm trying to figure out why the web page I had created would show just fine.

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Responsible Web Animation: Giving Users More Control of Their Experience

Since the arrival of HTML5, the web has seen a tremendous increase in complex animations. Whether they are decorative or explanatory, animations must be built.

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Superdome Not Super Accessible: Accessibility News Roundup, July 9, 2018

Welcome back to our Accessibility News Roundup, where we bring together the best recent stories from the web about accessibility. First up, NPR’s Marketplace dedicated an entire.

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Could I Get A Ride? Accessibility News Roundup, June 13, 2018

Hey everyone! Welcome to the latest edition of the Level Access Accessibility News Update, where we tell you what’s been going on in the realm.

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A shout-out to the unsung heroes of accessibility

The mission of Global Accessibility Awareness Day or GAAD (which started a whopping seven years ago, feels like another lifetime) is “to get everyone talking, thinking.

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RICO (not Suave): Accessibility News Roundup, May 11, 2018

Welcome back to our Accessibility News Roundup, where we bring together the best recent stories from the web about accessibility. We start off with some sad.

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Ducks on a Plane: Accessibility News Roundup, April 18, 2018

At Level Access, we make it our business to know what’s going on in accessibility. And since we are already scouring the web for the.

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