PDF Accessibility: Everything You Need to Know

PDF Accessibility: Everything You Need to Know

2013 is drawing to a close and we wanted to highlight some of the best posts on the Deque blog you may have missed. Earlier this year, Denis Boudreau published a popular four-part series on PDF Accessibility. We have rounded up all the posts here so you can catch up. Requirements for an Accessible PDF In the first post of the series, Denis lays out… Continue Reading PDF Accessibility: Everything You Need to Know

Requirements for an Accessible PDF: Part 1

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When asked what the most important PDF accessibility requirements are, most people will tell you that in order to be considered accessible, PDF documents need to: Be tagged using semantic markup so they become easily navigable by assistive technologies such as screen readers and refreshable braille displays Have their logical reading order specified independently of their visual appearance so their accessibility is enhanced for people… Continue Reading Requirements for an Accessible PDF: Part 1