5 Hidden Risks of Your Inaccessible Website

What you already know: Governments around the world mandate an accessible web experience for regulated industries, and you can be fined heavily for noncompliance. One airline was recently fined a whopping $2 million for failing to provide proper accessibility. But there are hidden risks that can affect your company if you fail to comply with website accessibility standards. These risks can add up to greater… Continue Reading 5 Hidden Risks of Your Inaccessible Website

Deque to Host Web Accessibility & ARIA Training “Bootcamp” April 30 – May 1, 2015

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Join Deque for a two-day web and ARIA Accessibility Training Bootcamp April 30 - May 1, 2015, in Herndon, VA. At the Accessibility Bootcamp you'll learn the basics of accessibility and move quickly into intermediate and advanced territory. Designed for web developers, testers, accessibility project managers, and program managers, the event will provide practical hands-on experience with screen readers. You'll also get six months of free access… Continue Reading Deque to Host Web Accessibility & ARIA Training “Bootcamp” April 30 – May 1, 2015

Web Accessibility Lawsuits and Settlements Are on the Rise

Many companies are quickly learning how powerful persons with disabilities can be. Regulations around the globe are being implemented to ensure that all people have equal access to digital services such as websites and mobile apps. But not all companies are complying. Often an organization doesn't even realize they're not web accessible -- other times they haven't become accessible because they don't know how to… Continue Reading Web Accessibility Lawsuits and Settlements Are on the Rise

Your User-Centered Design Isn’t Usable If It Isn’t Accessible

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What if you learned there's an entire segment of users who find your user-centered design to be completely unusable? Not frustrating or difficult, but completely unusable? These users can't navigate around your website, they can't use the input controls and they can't understand the layout of the page itself. Your website won't let them, because your design hasn't addressed how they use the web. These… Continue Reading Your User-Centered Design Isn’t Usable If It Isn’t Accessible

Deque’s First Web Accessibility Bootcamp Is a Great Success

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Deque just hosted the hugely successful Web Accessibility Training Bootcamp January 15-16. The event was just the first of three Bootcamps in 2015, a two-day, fast-paced, hands-on workshop covering a wide range of topics--from disability types and assistive technologies to HTML accessibility techniques, ARIA, and JavaScript accessibility. Attendees flocked from all over the United States, and even as far as Mexico City, to attend the… Continue Reading Deque’s First Web Accessibility Bootcamp Is a Great Success

Deque Systems to Offer Web Accessibility Training “Bootcamp”

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December 3, 2014 - Herndon, VA - Deque Systems is proud to announce a two-day Accessibility Bootcamp for web and mobile accessibility training on January 15-16 2015, at its headquarters in Herndon, VA. The hands-on training event will take attendees through the basics of accessibility and move quickly into intermediate and advanced territory. Designed for web developers, designers, testers, accessibility project managers, and program managers,… Continue Reading Deque Systems to Offer Web Accessibility Training “Bootcamp”

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