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Scaling Accessibility with WorldSpace Attest

In this post, accessibility evangelist and senior front-end engineer Marcy Sutton explores how to scale accessibility with WorldSpace Attest, which helps catch accessibility issues early on in the development process. Marcy demonstrates how to use Attest with a walk-through of a typical front front-end integration testing workflow, with step-by step instructions on how to use the tool.

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Deque’s Dual Approach to Mobile Web Accessibility

Take Deque’s Mobile Accessibility Challenge: Next week, watch Paul J. Adam’s webinar for developers, Mobile Accessibility 101. Then take the Mobile Web Accessibility course offered at Deque University (with both self-paced and instructor-led options). This dual-pronged method is your comprehensive guide to mobile accessibility!

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Build on Web Accessibility Basics with our HTML and CSS Accessibility Course

Find out more of what Deque University has to offer in this week’s course highlight: HTML and CSS Accessibility. Designers, web developers, QA testers and content creators can learn how to implement accessibility into HTML and CSS – plus prevent and fix accessibility errors in their code.

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Take the ARIA and JavaScript Accessibility Course at Deque University

We’re on a mission to promote furthering accessibility education and training! In keeping with this theme, this week’s post highlights another comprehensive course at Deque University: ARIA and JavaScript Accessibility. Learn how to use ARIA to recognize and fix accessibility issues, build JavaScript widgets and so much more.

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Accessibility for User Experience Designers

In this post, JavaScript Developer Matt Isner details the ins and outs of accessible design for user experience designers. Matt covers everything from the initial design stage to the technical specifics, with several tips and practical “Deque How To” hacks to help you ensure that your website is accessible by design. Remember, solving accessibility problems means improving usability for everyone!

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Introducing aXe 2.0!

It’s here! We’re excited to announce the launch of aXe 2.0, an updated version of our open source accessibility testing engine! We’ve made improvements to many rules and checks, introduced a plugin system, added configuration options, and enhanced our project’s infrastructure. Read this post by Marcy Sutton, Deque’s a11y evangelist and senior front-end developer to learn more about why the latest version of aXe is better than ever, and how you can get involved.

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