Worldspace FireEyes Beta 2: HOT FIX

We have discovered and fixed an issue in Worldspace FireEyes that affected new users and made it impossible for them to use the product at all. The issue also caused Firebug to stop working. The fix has been deployed to the download site and can be downloaded from: http://fireeyes.dequecloud.com/fireeyes_download.php To check that you have the correct version installed go to Tools->Add Ons from within Firefox.… Continue Reading Worldspace FireEyes Beta 2: HOT FIX

Deque President Preety Kumar to Attend White House 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Americans With Disabilities Act Today

On Monday, July 26, President Obama will hold an event at the White House to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, which was signed into law by President George W. Bush on this date in 1990. Preety Kumar, President & Founder of Deque Systems, one of the first web accessibility-focused companies in the United States, has been invited to attend the… Continue Reading Deque President Preety Kumar to Attend White House 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Americans With Disabilities Act Today

Worldspace FireEyes Comments Page

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CSUN 2010: Deque to Participate in Panel on Web 2.0 Accessibility

The 25th Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference (also known as CSUN) will be held March 22 -27, 2010 in San Diego, CA. Dylan Barrell, Vice President of Product Development, will represent Deque on the panel entitled "Next Generation Web 2.0 Accessibility Test Tooling"on Friday, March 26 to discuss the work of the Open Ajax Alliance Accessibility Tools Task Force. Deque Systems has… Continue Reading CSUN 2010: Deque to Participate in Panel on Web 2.0 Accessibility

Next Generation Web Accessibility Tools are Critically Needed

This ain't your older brother's web any more Web pages used to be relatively static affairs, some were generated by server side applications, some stored in content management systems. But because of the browser wars, developers were loathe to use too much JavaScript for fear of having products that would only work for half of their users. Of course, where there is a problem or… Continue Reading Next Generation Web Accessibility Tools are Critically Needed