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 web accessibility, including special topics such as PDF Accessibility and Flash Accessibility. Training is available both online and in-person.
Common Website Accessibility Myths
Website accessibility regulations are changing. Is your airline ready? New ACAA Requirements Are Coming Fast The Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA) was enacted to protect airline passengers with disabilities against discrimination. On November 12, 2013, the ACAA was amended to require air carriers to make their websites and kiosks accessible. These requirements begin to take effect in December 2015. Many airlines don’t know how to determine if their websites are accessible, or how to figure […]
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December 3, 2014 – Herndon, VA – Deque Systems is proud to announce a two-day Accessibility Bootcamp for web and mobile accessibility training on January 15-16 2015, at its headquarters in Herndon, VA. The hands-on training event will take attendees through the basics of accessibility and move quickly into intermediate and advanced territory. Designed for web developers, designers, testers, accessibility project managers, and program managers, […]
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Usability testing often focuses on evaluating the usability of a website for a typical user. However, nearly 20% of the population has a disability, and the number of elderly website users is steadily increasing. Comprehensive usability testing must also consider the needs of people with disabilities. If you have limited experience conducting UX testing for users with disabilities, you’re not alone. We know you have […]
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