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Web Accessibility Audits – Quick vs Comprehensive

Web accessibility audits let you know how well your site complies with WCAG standards. They provide a snapshot of the current state of your website and give you a guide to what you might need to fix. Web audits can vary from quick to comprehensive. The kind of audit you… Read More

PDF Accessibility Testing

The 3rd Annual Accessibility Camp Toronto was held this past weekend at OCAD University. For anyone interested in digital accessibility, it’s a must attend event. If your organization uses PDFs to any extent, either on your website or internally, you’ll want to watch the presentation given by Denis Boudreau. In this… Read More

Accessible websites are part of the next phase of AODA legislation

Staring January 1, 2014 if your organization has 50 or more employees, you’ll need to start thinking about the accessibility of your website. What’s required? If you’re going to be launching a new website, relaunching an existing site or publishing new content (yes, that includes PDFs), after January 1 2014… Read More