Infinite Scrolling – Impact on Accessibility Series: #1 Common Issues

This blog is the first of three in the “Infinite Scrolling- Impact on Accessibility” series.   Before examining the common issues, it is important to know.

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If Everything is Urgent, Nothing is Urgent

AT CSUN 2015 I had the pleasure of attending many great sessions. As an Accessibility Consultant myself, a quote from the session titled “Targeting an.

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Does that WCAG 2 Success Criteria Really Apply?

Many years ago when we created our Accessibility Management Platform (AMP) we decided it was best to remove the need for testers to choose which.

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Mobile Accessibility Landscape Update

Introduction This post represents an update to the mobile accessibility landscape post from June 2012. Cell phone and other mobile device usage is growing at.

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Active Accessibility Object Inspector: Cool Tool to Test Software

When AMP Toolbar Cannot Do the Testing The Accessibility Management Platform (AMP) Toolbar is great for testing web pages for accessibility. It can test images.

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How much time does it take to remediate a site or application for compliance?

One question we receive a lot at SSB BART Group is, how long does it take to bring a system into compliance with 508 or.

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The Mobile Accessibility Landscape

Introduction Cell phone usage continues to grow at a staggering rate. Recently Ars Technica reported that 110 percent of American residents have cell phones (there.

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Remediating PDF Documents

PDF Remediation A lot of people panic when they see the number of violations listed for a PDF document. Many believe that remediating PDF documents.

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MouseKeys vs. Tabbing

 Introduction As an IT Accessibility Analyst, one of the facets of my job is to check to see if interfaces on Web pages and software.

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WebAIM Screen Reader Survey

SSB applauds WebAIM for their efforts to bring data to our community.  A great example is their recent survey on screen reader usage and preferences..

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