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How do you keep up with the blistering pace of information growth about web accessibility testing tools when there are day-to-day changes within the industry? How do you choose an ADA compliant website checker amid countless alternatives? What is the next thing after an accessibility scan? These and others are some of the questions you are likely to encounter in your ongoing effort to ensure accessibility. Without you asking for it, we understand the necessity to come to your aid. To help you stay in the loop, we have created this section as part of our accessibility review website to share insights on best tools, latest practices, and recent trends in the industry. Our team of accessibility writers hopes to also avail website owners with relevant instructions about ADA compliant website checkers as well as other website accessibility guidelines that are crucial to their success.

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Bad vs Good Accessible Web Design

Bad vs Good Accessible Web Design

Do you know about all of the different website design options out there? There’s such a variety of sites available that it can be overwhelming to find the right one for your business. But there’s one thing that all website owners need to consider: accessibility....

The Basics of Web Accessibility - 101

The Basics: Website accessibility 101

Did you know that of every four adults in the U.S., 1 of them has some disability? That is 25% of the total U.S. population having difficulty in carrying out mainstream daily tasks. This also includes surfing the web and accessing its content.

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Compliance guidelines

Web accessibility in the 21st century is part of the movement of social commitment. Always having appropriate information, removing digital barriers, and increasing productivity.

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Web Legislations

All over the world, there is a change in perception regarding accessibility. You might have noticed there is relatively new technology on your phone or iPad that enables speech recording. Or you can adjust the settings on your computer to improve font sizes and sounds.

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Web Testing Tools

Do you own a website? Or are you responsible for a website? Then you need to make sure your website is updated to the latest accessibility compliance. The development of an accessible website is sometimes a difficult job.

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Disabilities Guide

Each one of us is unique, possessing different characteristics and living a different life than everybody else. Nonetheless, many of us have several common abilities and skills that, due to different situations, some individuals lose or are yet to develop in the same vein a...

Checklist Epilepsy

Checklist Epilepsy Accessibility

Epilepsy is the 4th most common neurological disease in the world, affecting about 50 million people globally. According to studies, this neurological disorder is more common than Parkinson’s disease, Cerebral palsy, autism, and multiple sclerosis combined.

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Checklist Color Blindness Accessibility

Today, about 4.5 percent of the world’s population is color-blind, which equals over 350 million people worldwide. Needless to say, people living with this disability also encounter various forms of challenges when surfing the internet.

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