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Illustration of a laptop with two different websites. The site on the left has an X to show it fails the accessibility check, and the site on the right has a checkmark showing that it passes. To the right of the laptop is the ADWebKey logo with a dotted line connected to the checkmark on the accessible document.

Get to know ADWebKey

Posted by on October 11, 2022

Who is ADWebKey? WebKey IT was founded eleven years ago on the back of Dr. Vivienne Conway's Ph.D. thesis. Her studies were based on an assessment of Australia's national transition...

Does accessibility stifle the creative process?

Posted by on September 19, 2022

Don't Shoot the Messenger Over the last 15+ years I have regularly presented at accessibility conferences and have also conducted several training sessions on the topic of creating accessible digital...

AbleDocs Expands Its Digital Accessibility Offerings With the Launch of ADWeb

Posted by on October 4, 2021

AbleDocs Inc. is thrilled to launch ADWeb, an all-encompassing hybrid approach to web accessibility. ADWeb helps organizations ensure their websites are inclusive and accessible and provide the best possible user...

AbleDocs Inc. and Sitemorse reach an Acquisition Agreement

Posted by on September 16, 2021

Toronto, Ontario/London, England – AbleDocs Inc., the leader in document accessibility products and services, and Sitemorse, the first innovator in automated web accessibility validation, have come to an agreement for...

AbleDocs Inc. Announces the Acquisition of Web Key IT

Posted by on July 12, 2021

AbleDocs Inc. the leading PDF accessibility product and service provider, and Web Key IT, a recognized leader in digital accessibility services, announce they're coming together to become global leaders in...