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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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Assistive Technology: Not What You’d Expect

Shortly after Simply Accessible became part of the Level Access team*, Kara Van Roekel and I were working with a client on one of our favorite.

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CSUN 2018 Takeaways: Pearson’s Accessible Equation Editor Teaches Us More Than Math

Did you attend CSUN this year? If not, we can bring a little bit of CSUN to you! We asked our Levelers to share about some.

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CSUN Educates on Machine Learning

Did you attend CSUN this year? If not, we can bring a little bit of CSUN to you! We asked our Levelers to share about some.

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Regarding An Alternative Perspective from CSUN

Did you attend CSUN this year? If not, we can bring a little bit of CSUN to you! We asked our Levelers to share about some.

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AT&T Presents the First Real-Time Text (RTT) App

In mid-December, AT&T unveiled Real-time Text (RTT) communication service to better serve the deaf, deaf-blind, and speaking impaired community. RTT is intended to replace the.

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Text-to-911 Now Available in Los Angeles County Enabling the Hearing and Speech Impaired

The strobe lights of your smoke alarm start flashing. You’re alone, but you know what to do. Get to the TTY, ASAP. But tonight, that’s.

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Tagging Complex Tables

Complex Tables are to be avoided at all cost, as I stated in yesterday’s post, The Trouble with Tables: A Brief Introduction. The reason is that.

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The Trouble with Tables: A Brief Introduction

This is the first in a three-part series of blog posts that is dedicated to the many people in Government agencies who deal with PDF files.

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Retailers, Take Note: Putting a Price Tag on Lack of Digital Accessibility

The Click-Away Pound Survey studied online shopping in the United Kingdom by customers with disabilities. The 2016 report revealed some startling numbers: 71% of shoppers.

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