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An Introduction to Accessibility

Posted in Digital Accessibility by on February 2, 2022

As the pandemic continues to play a very prevalent role in our lives, we’ve become that much more dependent on our technology, especially digital content. We throw around words like...

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The PAC 2021 Color Contrast Check

Posted in Digital Accessibility, Document Accessibility by on January 24, 2022

Earlier this year, the new PAC 2021 checker was released, and it contained some amazing new features to help us make PDF files compliant. Among the new features was the...

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Accessibility and Education in The U.K.

Posted in Digital Accessibility by on December 1, 2021

User experience and accessibility are at the forefront of branding, marketing, and connecting education to the public. While webpage accessibility is increasingly discussed and starting to be considered, digital accessibility,...

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Four Things I’ve Learned About Design in Accessibility

Posted in Digital Accessibility by on November 24, 2021

Around 15% of the world’s population experiences some form of disability. This means for graphic designers like me, not putting accessibility at the forefront of our designs means a large...

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The Basics of Accessibility in Social Media

Posted in Digital Accessibility by on November 5, 2021

Consider your latest social media post. Does it have an image? Maybe it has a video. This is great content for people who are sighted, but what about someone who...

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Dispelling Accessibility Myths: PDF/UA vs. WCAG

Posted in Digital Accessibility by on October 5, 2021

Accessing information digitally is a vital part of taking part in modern society. As responsible information creators, it's essential to ensure digital documents are accessible for those with visual or...