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Adam Spencer

President, AbleDocs Global
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Adam Spencer has been a global leader in the document accessibility field for over 10 years. He specializes in PDF accessibility, accessibility standards, and document usability by adaptive technology users. Adam is also the Vice-Chair of the Standards Council of Canada, which is responsible for the authoring of the ISO Standards for PDF and PDF accessibility. Adam volunteers on several Accessibility Advisory Committees, and is a speaker at conferences around the world, sharing his experience and expertise.

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Adam Spencer discusses compliance under the AODA during a webinar with the RGD – 2020

Posted in Webinars on December 8, 2020

We have a compliance deadline of June 30th, so do not wait, do not hesitate, and add accessibility as part of your offerings to your business, to your clients and just make it part of your practice. (Adam Spencer, Oakville)

How to ensure accessibility compliance with fillable PDF forms

Posted in Document Accessibility on November 25, 2020

Accessible fillable PDF forms are usable by everyone and help prevent digital accessibility litigation (Adam Spencer, Oakville)

Adam Spencer discusses how to make a document PDF/UA compliant at the PDF Association’s OctoberPDFest 2020Oakville, Ontario

Posted in Conferences, Document Accessibility on October 5, 2020

Creating PDF/UA compliant documents is critical, and understanding true compliance is what makes you successful.
(Adam Spencer, Oakville)

Investing in Compliance vs. The Cost of Non-Compliance

Posted in Digital Accessibility on September 8, 2020

Find out if your organization is exposed to non-compliance risk, and what to do address it. (Adam Spencer, Oakville)

Understanding Your Document Accessibility Toolkit

Posted in Document Accessibility on August 29, 2020

Learn about the tools you can use to make creating accessible documents fast, easy, and affordable (Adam Spencer, Oakville)

How to Develop a Campus-Wide Document Accessibility Strategy

Posted in Document Accessibility on August 13, 2020

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