Deque Systems | Software, Training, and Consulting for Web Accessibility and Section 508 Compliance
“It’s Easy to be Smart After the Fact.”
That defense doesn’t work here. When it comes to website accessibility, knowledge is power. Get educated.
We offer training courses for every level of expertise and just about every aspect of digital accessibility, including special topics such as Mobile, PDF Accessibility and Flash® Accessibility. Training is available both online and in-person.
Do you have a disability? If so, you can access Deque University online classes for free!
We’re giving you several more reasons to get excited about CSUN this year, with our one-of-a-kind events: Stump our experts (& win prizes!) with your toughest web accessibility issues, sing your heart out at Accessible Karaoke during the Deque Party, and learn how to do accessibility testing on open-source component libraries with our experts at the aXe Hackathon. Read on to find out more details, and get ready for some serious fun at CSUN! Continue Reading Stump, Sing, & Hack: Deque Fun Events at CSUN 2017
CSUN 2017 is just around the corner, and we have an exciting roster of events planned. Featuring 17 presentations on every aspect of web accessibility – from mobile accessibility to accessibility testing to accessible design – this year’s CSUN is sure to be more informative than ever before. Plus, don’t forget our aXe Hackathon, accessible karaoke and pre-conference workshops! With so much in store, we can’t wait to see you there! Continue Reading What’s in Store for CSUN 2017
We understand that Web Accessibility can be a little overwhelming. So we’ve created a variety of tools and training to help get you educated on all aspects of web accessibility – starting with the basics. In this post, you’ll learn about our comprehensive Web Accessibility Fundamentals course offered at Deque University, and you’ll also be able to watch our free Web Accessibility 101 webinar. Time to get smart about web accessibility! Continue Reading Get Smart About Web Accessibility
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