Interpreting ‘headings’ in WCAG 2.0 SC 1.3.1, SC 2.4.6, and SC 2.4.10

This piece has been prompted by Thread: Why is WCAG 2.0 criterian 2.4.6. only level AA? CommonLook - Defining "Heading" in HTML and PDF When does SC 2.4.6 (AA) apply? Consider 2 Web pages of say, ABC Company: a Products page and a Services Page. If both pages have an h1 heading (apart from page title) that says "ABC Company" and not "Products we offer"… Continue Reading Interpreting ‘headings’ in WCAG 2.0 SC 1.3.1, SC 2.4.6, and SC 2.4.10

AccessU Free Pass Giveaway

  We have a fantastic opportunity for one lucky person to experience an informative and dynamic accessibility conference. We are giving away a free scholarship pass to John Slatin AccessU, taking place in Austin, TX, May 15-16! The scholarship includes the registration and materials fee, as well as breakfast and lunch. All you need to do is either sign up for our Development Newsletter, or… Continue Reading AccessU Free Pass Giveaway

Carolyn Gibbs discusses John Slatin AccessU with Deque

John Slatin AccessU will be from May 15th-17th in Austin, TX, and Carolyn Gibbs (Knowbility Community Programs Manager) has been kind enough to speak with us about the conference.  Deque is a featured sponsor of AccessU. DEQUE: Could you please give us a brief description of AccessU?  CAROLYN: John Slatin AccessU is a two-day web accessibility training conference presented by Knowbility and featuring some of… Continue Reading Carolyn Gibbs discusses John Slatin AccessU with Deque

Accessibility Around the Web

Every week we come across interesting articles related to the disability and accessibility world. They can be informative, funny, interesting, and even sad. Here are a few links that fit into these categories. Coming soon! Sony Entertainment and Regal Entertainment Group have partnered to develop "Access Glasses." They will be available in some Regal theaters later this month, and will caption and subtitle both 2D… Continue Reading Accessibility Around the Web

Preety Kumar Recognized as Top 100 MBE Award Winner

Preety Kumar, CEO of Deque Systems, has been selected to receive the distinguished 2012 Top Minority Business Enterprise Award. The Top 100 MBE ceremony is designed to acknowledge and pay tribute to outstanding women and minority business owners in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and the District of Columbia.  The Top 100 MBE Award is given to enterprising women and minority entrepreneurs that fuel the region's… Continue Reading Preety Kumar Recognized as Top 100 MBE Award Winner

How Do Blind People Use the iPhone?

  TommyEdisonXP, also known as The Blind Film Critic, illustrates some of the ways he uses his iPhone 4S. Watch as he tweets, checks out YouTube, and uses the Siri app with humorous results. If you'd like to lean more about Deque and the services we offer, please contact us.

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