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The Rise of Accessibility Lawsuits and Preventative Measures Your Organization Can Take
In February 2015, we wrote a blog post that discussed the lawsuit Harvard and M.I.T. faced for not having accessible online course...
Accessibili-IT at CSUN 2017
For over 31 years, the Centre on Disabilities through the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference, has provided a setting for researc...
”Double Take” – A talented artist paints her perspective and raises awareness of vision challenges.
Laurie Stein BA, AOCA, is a talented, accomplished artist. Her work is very uplifting. She illustrates children’s books, paints ...
Accessibil-IT Blind Regatta Sponsorship: A wild and winning weekend for everyone!
Accessibil-IT, the global leader in PDF Accessibility, was proud to be the presenting sponsor for the first blind sailing regatta ...
Practical Interpretation of AODA Information and Communications Standards for Posted Content
Overview We receive a large volume of questions on a regular basis about what format(s) need to be posted on websites (internal a...
Comparing apples and oranges – a look at accessible HTML vs PDF
We often have discussions with our clients about using accessible HTML and/or PDF for posted content to comply with AODA requireme...
Harvard and M.I.T. sued for inaccessible online courses
The New York Times wrote an article called “Harvard and M.I.T. are Sued Over Lack of Closed Captions” reporting that federal l...
The importance of an accessible PDF document strategy
Welcome to the Accessibil-IT blog! The first topic for discussion is about why it is so important for organizations to have a docu...
What is a PDF/UA accessible PDF anyway?
In our last post, we discussed the importance of having a strategy for accessible PDF documents. What accessibility standards appl...