Accessibility Stories: Real People, Real Lives

deque accessibility stories

As you know, Deque focuses on web accessibility software. Much of our days are spent talking about the important details of how to help an organization to become accessible. We talk about risk, about technology, about coding, and about organizational change. As important as these topics are, web accessibility is also about people. It's about making sure that everyone has the opportunity to use digital… Continue Reading Accessibility Stories: Real People, Real Lives

Google Art Project Brings Museum Art to All

People admiring artwork in gallery

Accessible Art Google is using the technology created for their Google Street View project to bring art to the masses! While impossible to completely replicate the experience of viewing a piece of art in a museum, Google Art is trying to do the next best thing. The database has over 30,000 pieces from museums all over the world, and displays the artwork at 7 billion… Continue Reading Google Art Project Brings Museum Art to All

Web Accessibility for Information Architects – Part 2

accessibility button on keyboard

This post is the second in a two-part series about Accessibility and Information Architecture by Deque Director of Consulting Methodology & Quality, Glenda Sims.  In Part I, Glenda provided a breakdown of what constitutes solid and weak information architecture, from and accessibility standpoint. Part I of Web Accessibility for Information Architects can be read here.   In Part II, Glenda details the specific aspects of information architecture that have… Continue Reading Web Accessibility for Information Architects – Part 2

Deque’s #a11ychat Guide to CSUN 2013

a boy and girl with binoculars lost in the jungle

Welcome to Deque's #a11ychat guide to CSUN!  This guide was compiled based on the February #a11ychat - you can read the entire #a11ychat transcript on Chirpstory. First things first: you can review the entire list of CSUN 2013 sessions on the conference website. You can review Deque's CSUN 2013 schedule of sessions here.  We're featuring three different presentation tracks - Amaze, Accessibility Success Case Studies,… Continue Reading Deque’s #a11ychat Guide to CSUN 2013

Accessibility Round-Up – February 22, 2013

horse and cowboy with lasso and a11y

Here are some notable accessibility links from around the web this week: "Accessible content writing starter kit" - Access iQ(Featuring Deque's free accessibility testing plug-in, FireEyes, under Accessibility Tools!) "Quick Tip: Don't auto-play video, music and more" - A11y Project "CAPTCHA: Inaccessible to Everyone" - SitePoint "The End of Accessibility?" - .net "Accessibility Information Pages Show Corporate Commitment to all Customers" - Law Office of… Continue Reading Accessibility Round-Up – February 22, 2013

Dylan Barrell Talks Amaze

amaze

Here is our very own VP of Product Development, Dylan Barrell, to tell us a little bit more about Amaze.   First, give us a one-sentence summary of what Amaze is. It's a way to fix applications that aren't accessible without changing the source code of those applications. It's amazing! How does it work? It works a little bit like a stylesheet for accessibility. It… Continue Reading Dylan Barrell Talks Amaze

Page 1 of 512345