Deque Systems Announces New Web Accessibility Plugin for Firefox

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, March 26, 2010, RESTON, Va. - Deque Systems announced today that it is developing a next generation web accessibility tool to help web developers find accessibility issues easily, fix them rapidly and establish the test scaffolding to ensure that their application stays accessible and compliant with web standards like Section 508 and WGAG 2.0. Unlike older tools that don't understand JavaScript and… Continue Reading Deque Systems Announces New Web Accessibility Plugin for Firefox

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