Pragmatica11y: Web Accessibility Best Practices

Pragmatica11y: Web Accessibility Best Practices

Continuing our end of the year wrap-up, we are highlighting some of the best accessibility blog posts from 2013. Denis Boudreau's Pragmatica11y series was a popular feature on the Deque blog this year. Pick and choose the blog topics that interest you, or read them all, starting with the first in the series! Pragmatic Accessibility Welcome to "Pragmatica11y" Denis introduces his new blog column Pragmatica11y… Continue Reading Pragmatica11y: Web Accessibility Best Practices

How to Make Web Content Accessible with ARIA

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As we are wrapping up 2013, we are bringing you the highlights of the Deque blog. Starting in July, Lisa Seeman wrote a series of blog posts on how to use ARIA to make complex web pages and applications completely accessible.  We have compiled all five posts from this helpful series here in case you have missed any.   How to Use ARIA: An Introduction… Continue Reading How to Make Web Content Accessible with ARIA

New Digital Accessibility Regulations Added to Air Carrier Access Act

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The United States Department of Transportation has amended the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA) to address the accessibility of air carrier websites and kiosks to persons with disabilities. Is your airline affected by new accessibility requirements? The amendment applies to: All domestic and foreign airlines operating at least one airplane with a seating capacity of more than 60 passengers, serving U.S. passengers. Domestic and foreign… Continue Reading New Digital Accessibility Regulations Added to Air Carrier Access Act

PDF Accessibility: Everything You Need to Know

PDF Accessibility: Everything You Need to Know

2013 is drawing to a close and we wanted to highlight some of the best posts on the Deque blog you may have missed. Earlier this year, Denis Boudreau published a popular four-part series on PDF Accessibility. We have rounded up all the posts here so you can catch up. Requirements for an Accessible PDF In the first post of the series, Denis lays out… Continue Reading PDF Accessibility: Everything You Need to Know

Accessibility and Healthcare.gov

Accessibility and Healthcare.gov

This fall, the much awaited launch of the new Healthcare.gov site made headlines as its many glitches caused consumers frustration while trying to sign up for healthcare. Recent reports indicate that many of the site's initial problems have been fixed, and people are now able to sign up. But we wondered, how accessible is the site for everyone? Can people with disabilities easily sign up… Continue Reading Accessibility and Healthcare.gov

Meet the Deque and jQuery Accessibility Experts, Part 2

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Deque is partnering once again with jQuery to bring you the JavaScript Accessibility Summit. On January 16 & 17, this live event held at Deque headquarters in Herndon, VA will bring you front and center with web and mobile accessibility experts. Get to know the experts who will be presenting at the Javascript Accessibility Summit in part two of a two-part series. Meet the other… Continue Reading Meet the Deque and jQuery Accessibility Experts, Part 2

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