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Accessibility Basics, Part One. U.S. Laws and the WCAG.

Accessibility can be confusing, especially when determining which standards apply to each business. Suppose you are starting to investigate digital accessibility for your website or application. In that case, you’ll likely come across terms like the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and Section 508. Does it get confusing quickly? […]

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Digital Accessibility: JCCs Digital Inclusion

JCC Digital Co-op, and The Jewish Community Centers online compliance for its members.

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Web Accessibility: A Beginners Guide

Web accessibility and compliance. A businesses websites needs to be compliant with the ADA laws.

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Accessibility, Universal Access, and Web Design

Digital accessibility, universal access, and web design are opportunities for good web design.

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Digital Accessibility Overlays Are Not Accessible – Part 2

Digital Overlays are not accessible, and are not ADA compliant. Good web design from the beginning or an accessibility audit are best for websites and mobile apps. Accessiblu.com can help.

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Accessibility Overlays Are Not Accessible – Part 1

Digital Overlays are not accessible, and are not ADA compliant. Good web design from the beginning or an accessibility audit are best for websites and mobile apps. Accessiblu.com can help.

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A look at the ADA thirty-two years later

A look at the ADA thirty-two years later.

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Cannabis industry hit with website ADA non-compliance lawsuits in 2022- who’s next?

Cannabis industry hit with digital ADA non-compliance lawsuits 2022, cannabis ADA compliance

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Let’s Talk About Inclusivity and Digital Accessibility – GAAD 2022

Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) is every third Thursday in May – this year it is May 19, 2022 On November 27, 2011 a blog made its way onto the digital world stage. It discussed changing the mindset of the world wide web and the perception of inclusivity and digital accessibility. GAAD Global Accessibility Awareness […]

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So you’ve been sued. Now what?

Note: this post does not constitute legal advice. In responding to any legal actions taken against you, we believe that you should consult your attorney. Over the past 3 years, the number of private lawsuits filed alleging noncompliance to the ADA has skyrocketed. Whereas the Department of Justice had previously joined many lawsuits on the […]

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