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Body The process of auditing a website for ADA accessibility compliance, as described by the W3C(R) Website Accessibility Conformance Evaluation Methodology (WCAG-EM) 1.0  falls into two essential categories: automated and manual. The automated part of the process is… Read More
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Body Just because a website is required to follow WCAG 2.1 accessibility guidelines doesn’t mean it can’t have a great design. Sometimes this misconception can frustrate designers before they even begin to understand the accessibility guidelines and the reasons they exist.… Read More
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Body Too often, compliance with WCAG 2.1, to ensure web accessibility for people with disabilities, is an afterthought of the web development process. WCAG 2.1 compliance is a multifaceted endeavor, and when accessibility is incorporated into every phase of development, the… Read More
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Body More so than ever before, ensuring digital accessibility through compliance with  WCAG 2.1, is a multi-faceted endeavor that needs to be approached from several angles.    Those of us who are in the business of developing and remediating websites and apps for… Read More
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Body Conversations about web accessibility too often miss the bigger picture and the paramount importance of broadening our perspectives for the digital age.  For this reason, it’s extremely important to understand, before getting into the weeds of compliance, that there are… Read More
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Body If ADA compliance was not on your radar screen at the time your website was developed, you are in good company. But in the current environment, accessibility of your digital assets may be an ADA-mandated fact of life. A recent flood of lawsuits is driving home this… Read More
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Body Diagnosing a website for accessibility and fixing any issues that are uncovered is not a one-size-fits-all endeavor.  Every site has a distinct set of strengths and challenges. Plus, site owners vary widely in their level of expertise and the availability of resources… Read More
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