Deque Partners With John D. Kemp in Accessibility Litigation Webinar

John D Kemp

Free Webinar Helps Companies Avoid Costly Accessibility Lawsuits Washington, DC (November 26, 2013) - Deque Systems has partnered with John D. Kemp of the Viscardi Center to offer a free webinar about how companies can protect themselves from digital accessibility litigation. This special webinar will cover legislation passed related to digital accessibility, including new Section 503 regulations, and will help organizations learn how to take… Continue Reading Deque Partners With John D. Kemp in Accessibility Litigation Webinar

John D. Kemp Champions Access for Those With Disabilities

John D Kemp

Deque Systems is proud to partner with National Business & Disability Council (NBDC) on an upcoming digital accessibility litigation webinar. The President & CEO of the NBDC is John D. Kemp, who is a well-respected leader in the disability movement, and is known for his business achievements both in the corporate and non-profit worlds. As a person who uses four prostheses, he uses his experience… Continue Reading John D. Kemp Champions Access for Those With Disabilities

Amaze Grant Winner: Fix the Web

amaze digital accessibility 2013 grant

Deque Systems is very pleased to announce that the first Amaze Grant has been awarded to Fix the Web. The UK-based initiative was originally launched in 2010 to find and fix digital accessibility issues through the power of crowdsourcing. Fix the Web will not only help to remove barriers to the web for users with disabilities but also provides users with disabilities a way to… Continue Reading Amaze Grant Winner: Fix the Web

Kickstarter Seeks to Bring Bach to Braille Users

open well-tempered clavier bach to bach text over piano

Bach to Bach The Open Well-Tempered Clavier Kickstarter project, a.k.a. "Bach to Bach," is bringing free, high-quality recordings of composer Johann Sebastian  Bach's collection, Well-Tempered Clavier to the Internet under a Creative Commons license. The project is being helmed by Robert Douglass - founder of the successful Open Goldberg project - and concert pianist Kimiko Ishizaka and has already reached and surpassed its initial goal of… Continue Reading Kickstarter Seeks to Bring Bach to Braille Users