Posts By Deque Systems

For over fifteen years, Deque has been helping major corporations, government agencies, and other organizations ensure that their websites and mobile apps are accessible to everyone. We have more than fifteen years of history of serving the federal government, including undertaking the biggest accessibility program that's occurred in the United States government or anywhere. Deque also works with .edu's and mission-focused nonprofits to ensure that their materials and systems are usable and barrier free for users with disabilities. The company invented the first accessibility plug-in software, the first web-based testing platform, and the first server-based accessibility solution. All of these have been created in the service of helping our customers become accessible, advance the goals of their organization, and remove barriers for all users on the web.

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Looking Ahead: Deque Systems at USBLN 2017

USBLN 2017 is quickly approaching, and Deque is thrilled to be a part of a conference that is paving the way for disability inclusion. Not only will our CEO, Preety Kumar, be participating in three presentations, but our accessibility experts will be at our booth to share information regarding our ground-breaking products and services. Come see why accessibility and disability inclusion is no longer a niche market, it is a key component for companies' success. Continue Reading Looking Ahead: Deque Systems at USBLN 2017

Learn Inclusive Design Hacks from our Accessible InDesign Course

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Calling all content creators and UX Designers! Our Deque University course on Accessible InDesign will provide you with the tools and know-how you need to make your InDesign content assets accessible. PDF or EPUB? We'll help you figure it out. What to do about complex images and anchor text? We'll show you the way. Read on to learn more. Continue Reading Learn Inclusive Design Hacks from our Accessible InDesign Course

Stump, Sing, & Hack with Deque at CSUN!

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We're giving you several more reasons to get excited about CSUN this year, with our one-of-a-kind events: Stump our experts (& win prizes!) with your toughest web accessibility issues, sing your heart out at Accessible Karaoke during the Deque Party, and learn how to do accessibility testing on open-source component libraries with our experts at the aXe Hackathon. Read on to find out more details, and get ready for some serious fun at CSUN! Continue Reading Stump, Sing, & Hack with Deque at CSUN!

Deque Experts Reveal their Ideal Accessibility Tool Wishlist

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In recent posts, we've been exploring past and current accessibility tools. Getting in the spirit of the holiday season, we asked our experts to give us their ideal accessibility tool wishlist. Read on to find out what coveted features our accessibility experts want in their dream accessibility tool. Continue Reading Deque Experts Reveal their Ideal Accessibility Tool Wishlist

The Experts have Spoken! Our Favorite Accessibility Tools

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What are your favorite accessibility tools and checkers? That's the question we asked the experts on our accessibility team. From aXe to WAVE to NoCoffee and more, our accessibility experts discuss the merits of their favorite accessibility tools that they use in their daily work. Continue Reading The Experts have Spoken! Our Favorite Accessibility Tools

Early Favorite Accessibility Tools & Checkers: A Trip Down Memory Lane

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Remember the early days of web accessibility, when Bobby and Cynthia Says were the accessibility tools to know? In this post, Deque's accessibility subject matter experts discuss their favorite early accessibility tools and checkers that paved the way for later innovations in digital accessibility. Continue Reading Early Favorite Accessibility Tools & Checkers: A Trip Down Memory Lane

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