Deque Info

What’s the Deque Team up to at CSUN 2018?

On this page, find out how you can visit us at our booth and access accessible PDFs of our brochures. If you’re looking for something you don’t see here, feel free to send us an email and we’ll see what we can do!

Visit Us at Our Booth!

Deque Systems is proud to be a sponsor at this year’s CSUN conference. Stop by and check out our new products, we are located at booth #716/718.

Please note, if you would like to talk to us at our booth, you may do so during the following exhibit hours:

  • Wednesday, March 21, 12:00-7:00pm
  • Thursday, March 22, 9:30am-5:30pm
  • Friday, March 23, 9:30am-5:30pm

P.S. Don’t forget to check out our live product demos!

Deque Party & Accessible Karaoke

We are proud to announce we will be hosting our infamous party in the Palm Foyer Wednesday, March 21st from 6:30-10:00PM. At the party, we will have raffle prizes, gift bags, drink tickets, a live DJ, a photo booth, heavy h’dourves, and dessert. Whew, did you catch all of that? To get your regular raffle ticket and those all-important drink tickets, stop by the registration booth at the Deque Party in the Palm Foyer.

As a part of our party, we will be hosting accessible karaoke from 8:00-10:00PM! For those who are new to CSUN, accessible karaoke is karaoke with sign language interpreters. We have hired interpreters who specialize in music interpretation and they’ll sing along to whatever you choose to perform. If you would like to perform, please sign-up in advance so our all-star team of signers can practice beforehand. We will also be using a karaoke machine this year, so please submit your song selection in advance so we can confirm that your selection is available. You don’t want to miss it!

3rd-Annual Axe Hackathon

Deque is proud to be hosting its 3rd-annual hackathon on Saturday, March 24th 10:00AM-3:00PM (after CSUN). The hackathon will be lead by Marcy Sutton and Wilco Fiers. We will be going offsite to the Downtown Works office, a modern, open office space that is a ten-minute walk from the CSUN venue.

What Will We Be Doing At the aXe Hackathon?

  • Testing open source component libraries and logging accessibility issues
  • Working on adding WCAG 2.1 rule to aXe-core
  • Sharing knowledge and solutions with our fellow accessibility devotees
  • Working on personal accessibility projects
  • Hanging out with awesome people and making the web a better place

Who Should Come?

You should come. And bring your friends. This hackathon is open to all experience levels. If you can download a browser extension, you can test for accessibility. We’ll also have some advanced project opportunities for our more seasoned a11y friends.

Will There Be food?

Yes! We will provide lunch and a coffee break. A special thanks to eBay and Google for sponsoring  We’ll email everyone to collect dietary restrictions closer to the event.

Will There Be Accessibility Accommodations?

We will provide captioning for the opening and closing of the hackathon. The event will mostly consist of people working independently and in small groups on various projects, so it won’t be possible to caption absolutely everything said at the event. If you need ASL interpretation or other forms of accommodation, please send an email to

Product and Service Information

Deque University Scholarships

Back in 2016, we decided to offer our Deque University online, self-paced courses to people with disabilities for free. There aren’t enough digital accessibility experts in the world, and people with disabilities have an understanding of how accessibility barriers can impact lives that people without disabilities often struggle to understand.

If you have a disability, and you’re interested in becoming an accessibility expert, Deque University is a great place to start. The application and additional information is available at The application is very simple; and after submission and approval, you will have access to Deque University’s online curriculum for one year.

About Deque

At Deque Systems, we provide software, services, and training that empower companies and organizations to ensure that their websites, mobile apps, and digital content are usable by people with disabilities. Our clients include leading Fortune 500 companies in industries such as banking, healthcare, e-commerce, travel, hospitality, colleges and universities, and federal and state government agencies.

Our team of technology professionals, accessibility champions, and subject matter experts are trailblazers in the field of accessibility. They can guide you through best practices in a highly subjective area, saving you time and money.