• 508 compliance testing certification

    Section 508 Compliance Testing Tools & Checklists

    Section 508 is an important amendment to The Rehabilitation Act that protects the right of people with disabilities to have equal access to electronic and information technology. Section 508 sets standards for accessibility that must be followed by every federal government department, as well as every organization that receives federal contracts or funding, and educational […]

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    WCAG 2.0 Validators and Web Accessibility Remediation Solutions: What are Your Options?

    If you’ve been learning about the importance of web accessibility remediation solutions, WCAG validators, and why it’s necessary in order to comply with Section 508 of the Rehab Act, you probably also have many questions about how to get your website to the point of compliance. Accessibility remediation is the term used to explain the […]

  • ADA Compliance Guidelines

    Making ADA Compliance Guidelines Work for You

    The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a far-reaching civil rights law, ensuring that people with disabilities – an estimated 19 percent of the United States population – are not discriminated against as they participate in society. What Is ADA Compliance? The ADA requires organizations, among other things, to provide their goods and services in […]

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    WCAG 2.0 Validator, WCAG 2.0 Checklist or Live Human Testing?

    Following a WCAG checklist and having a WCAG validator are critical for being accessibility compliant today. If you intend to put out a welcome mat for potential customers and clients with disabilities online, you probably realize that it’s essential to offer a fully accessible digital experience. The most universally accepted and up-to-date guidelines for web […]

  • Texas Tech University and People with Disabilities

    TTUHSC El Paso Builds an Inclusive Digital Presence

    Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso (TTUHSC El Paso) is a university dedicated to removing barriers — and by implementing a comprehensive accessibility solution, it’s doing just that. As part of an integrated approach, the institution recently committed to ensuring that people with disabilities have full access to all of its digital platforms. […]

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    Are You on Track for ADA Compliance…Or Customer Complaints?

    When the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed more than 25 years ago, it was a historic moment for a lot of people. ADA compliance helps anyone who is part of the American disability community. This is no small group, after all. It comprises over 50 million people1 across the country. With the signing […]

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    Do I Need an ADA Compliance Consultant?

    Are you thinking it might be time your digital properties comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)? Have you been considering hiring an ADA consulting firm? Maybe you’ve heard about the fines and penalties incurred by businesses that fail to comply with – or even become informed about – the rights of people with […]

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    [WEBINAR] Fixing the Digital Customer Experience for People with Disabilities

    “We know great CX drives revenue,” writes Maxie Schmidt-Subramanian of Forrester in her latest blog post. While a wholesome and unified customer experience strategy is important for every organization, building a great digital experience is vital. Websites are a critical piece in the buyer journey. Most people turn to an organization’s website or other digital […]

  • Section 1557 and healthcare

    Section 1557 – What Does It Mean for Your Health Organization?

    The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known to us as Obamacare, came into effect in 2010. It’s a lengthy bill with nine titles covering a lot of ground. The rights of people with disabilities are addressed under Title I: Quality, Affordable Health Care for All Americans, in Section 1557.1 What does this law […]

  • WCAG 2.0 Wiki

    WCAG 2.0 – It’s Time to Turn to the Current Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

    WCAG 2.0 is a set of technical guidelines for web accessibility. In a previous article, we discussed the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), how they came into being, and why it’s is the world’s most universally accepted set of web accessibility guidelines. There are not one but two versions of WCAG: 1.0 and 2.0. (In […]