It’s that time of year again, and here at Deque we couldn’t be more excited. It’s the 31st CSUN Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference, and this year Deque is once again a showcase sponsor. The event is taking place March 21st-26th at the Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel in San Diego, CA. This year promises to be our best yet, with a total of… Continue Reading Big Plans for Deque at CSUN 2016!
Mozilla Firefox has changed its APIs and they will no longer work with FireEyes, starting with Firefox v.44. If you’re using Firefox v.41, you may have already noticed warnings from the browser that the FireEyes plugin is not compatible. When you see these warning messages, we recommend you select “Yes” to proceed, and FireEyes will continue to operate as it has before. But we have some FireEyes alternatives… Continue Reading FireEyes Compatibility Issues with Firefox – We’ve Got Your Back!
WorldSpace accessibility testing software now complies with the new mandate for Secure Personal Identity Verification (PIV) for Federal Employees and Contractors Deque’s WorldSpace®, used throughout the Federal Government for web accessibility testing and Section 508 compliance reporting, now provides for PIV-compliant user authentication and single sign-on (SSO). Software products used by Federal Government Agencies are required to comply with the updated Personal Identify Verification standard… Continue Reading Deque Announces Support for FIPS 201-2 PIV in its WorldSpace Web Accessibility Testing Product
Join Deque for a two-day Mobile Accessibility Training Bootcamp: August 6-7, 2015, in Austin, TX. At the Accessibility Bootcamp you’ll learn the basics of accessibility and move quickly into intermediate and advanced territory. This hands-on workshop will give you everything you need to know to create accessible mobile websites and mobile apps. If you’re a developer, tester, or a program manager, this event is designed… Continue Reading Get Accelerated Mobile Accessibility Training at Deque’s Next Bootcamp
Deque recently had the opportunity to take part in the 2015 M-Enabling Summit—a two-day annual meeting that’s exclusively dedicated to promoting mobile accessibility and assistive applications and services. It’s a terrific opportunity to take the pulse of mobile accessibility trends and discover what’s on the horizon. We caught up with a couple of our representatives after the event—Matt Feldman and John Foliot—to find out what… Continue Reading Trends and Takeaways from M-Enabling 2015
Introducing aXe: The Accessibility Engine I am thrilled to make our award-winning accessibility rules engine available as open source so we as a community can build upon 15 years of industry-leading accessibility research and best practices. Accessibility experts can now stop duplicating efforts and work from a common set of rules. Developers and testers can quickly get consistent, reliable, and meaningful results that are actionable.… Continue Reading Accessibility Testing Goes Open Source and Mainstream