Deque at the NFB National Convention and My Amaze

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Next week is the National Federation of the Blind National Convention in Orlando, FL.  Deque is very proud to be returning to the NFB National Convention as an Accessibility Champion, and we'll be participating in the conference in a few different ways.

Deque Tweet Up and My Amaze

First off, we will be hosting the NFB Tweet Up on Monday, July 1st, from 8:30-10:30pm.  We are very, very pleased to announce that attendees of the Deque Tweet Up will be granted first access to our new, free Amaze web browser plugin: My Amaze.  The My Amaze browser plugin currently supports Facebook and Twitter, so if you aren't currently a Twitter user, now is a great time to start!  Come meet some new twitter friends and followers, reconnect with old ones, grab a drink, some dessert, and learn how you can get My Amaze up and running on your internet browser.  Don't forget to follow Deque on Twitter, and use the #NFB13 hashtag when you tweet about the event!

Equal Access to Digital Information: Tools that Help In Getting It Done

On Friday, July 5th, at 11:30am Deque CEO Preety Kumar will be speaking as part of the general session.  She will be talking about some of Deque's tools and how they improve digital equality on the web.

And don't forget to visit Deque in the exhibitors hall!  We'll be there to give demos, to chat, and to answer any questions you might have about Deque.  Swing by and say hello!

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Caitlin is an "Accessibility Decoder" at Deque Systems. She joined the team back in 2011 and has taken on a variety of roles over the years. These days she spends her time exploring the best ways to communicate accessibility ideas and solutions to the general public.

1 comment

  • Sherri Brun @slb0802 Permalink

    I am really interested in Amaze. Unfortunately, I just had to invest in a new hard drive and lost all the previous information, so I’m here to start all over again. Looking forward to the tweet-up.

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