Deque recently completed a large website accessibility project to help a Fortune 50 company comply with AODA, Ontario's accessibility act. Continue Reading Deque Completes Large-Scale AODA Remediation Project
March 3, 2014 - San Diego, CA - Deque Systems is proud to announce that Fix the Web (http://www.fixtheweb.net/) is the winner of the 2013 Amaze Grant, a $10,000 award given to new technologies and initiatives that help increase digital accessibility for users with disabilities. Fix the Web is a UK-based global campaign by Citizens Online (http://www.citizensonline.org.uk/) whose goal is to find and fix digital… Continue Reading Deque Systems to Award $10,000 Amaze Grant to Fix the Web
Download this free guide today and learn more about how to comply with with new digital accessibility rules for air carriers. Continue Reading Air Carriers: Take Action on ACAA Digital Accessibility
Good-looking websites can be accessible - and our new site proves it. Learn how we developed out beautiful new accessible website. Continue Reading Announcing: New Deque Website!
Sometimes, the visible anchor text as mandated by the user interface design is not very meaningful to vision impaired users. One could use aria-label or the title attribute or even off-screen text on text links. But what's the best practice based on current assistive technology support? Continue Reading Text Links: Best Practices for Screen Readers
Screen readers are designed to do one thing: read what's on the screen. That's why they call them screen readers, right? You would think that screen reader software would have perfected the art of reading text by now, because that was the whole reason why screen readers were invented. If there's one thing a screen reader ought to do really well, it's read what's on… Continue Reading Why Don’t Screen Readers Always Read What’s on the Screen? Part 1: Punctuation and Typographic Symbols