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Deque Systems

Deque (pronounced dee-cue) stands for digital equality. For over 20 years, our software, services and training have helped eliminate billions of accessibility barriers from websites, mobile apps and other digital content - improving the web for everyone, including people with disabilities. We work with enterprise-level businesses and organizations to ensure that their sites and mobile apps are accessible. Our axe tools have been downloaded over one billion times by accessibility champions around the world. Our experts have implemented thousands of successful accessibility programs. Our training has impacted over a hundred thousand learners. Deque is the digital accessibility industry standard.

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Deque’s Axe-Core Surpasses 250 Million Downloads

Deque Systems, announced today that its open-source accessibility rules library axe-core has surpassed 250 million downloads. Marking significant progress toward Deque’s goal of digital equity for all and growth for the overall digital accessibility industry.
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Celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day & join Deque in donating to the National Federation of the Blind

In celebration of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), Deque and an anonymous donor are matching donations to $25,000 in a Gift Matching Campaign raising funds…

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Axe Awards at axe-con 2021

At axe-con 2021 we launched a program called axe awards, named after a well-known Deque open source project called axe-core. We are proud to announce the winners of the axe awards below so they are recognized for their outstanding work in accessibility and so members of the accessibility community can turn to them for advice when building their accessibility efforts.