Top 3 Ways Your Web Page Needs to Comply with ADA Standards


  • August 30, 2019
  • /   Ravin Floyd Nettles
  • /   Accessibility,learningcenter,Websites
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Building a new web page? Here are the top 3 things to make sure you comply with ADA standards.

Blind People Use Computers?


  • April 4, 2019
  • /   Aaron Goldstein
  • /   Accessibility
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The history of accessibility compliance on the internet.

How I See It: Business Websites vs. the Disabled


  • March 18, 2019
  • /   Stephanie Bolinger
  • /   Accessibility,Business
Navigational compass sitting on a computer keyboard
The journey for company websites to become compliant with accessibility standards is a windy road. Learn how my team and I help companies navigate it.

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Pizza


  • March 6, 2019
  • /   Aaron Goldstein
  • /   Accessibility,Legal
Two hands holding a mobile phone that is displaying a pizza ordering application onscreen
California Ninth District Court of Appeals Sets interesting precedent in Dominos Pizza web accessibility lawsuit.

Federal Web Accessibility Lawsuits Nearly Triple In 2018


  • January 14, 2019
  • /   Hunter Clayton
  • /   Industry News,Accessibility
A pen and gavel placed on a notice of lawsuit on a desk.
Get the year end wrap up for 2018 web accessibility and lawsuits.