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Four Things I’ve Learned About Design in Accessibility

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 percentage of the population can’t use, experience, or benefit from…
Presidents Group and AbleDocs working together to create accessible documents

Celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month with the Presidents Group

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. At AbleDocs, we’re proud to partner with the B.C.-based Presidents Group, a network of 25 change-driven BC business leaders who champion more accessible, inclusive workplaces. As part of our partnership, AbleDocs works with…
AbleDocs Expands Its Digital Accessibility Offerings With the Launch of ADWeb

AbleDocs Expands Its Digital Accessibility Offerings With the Launch of ADWeb

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 experience. “Responding to the needs of our clients is what…
Logos for AbleDocs and Sitemorse on either side of a map of the world.

AbleDocs Inc. and Sitemorse reach an Acquisition Agreement

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 to acquire Sitemorse and provide its existing worldwide clients…
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AbleDocs Inc. Announces the Acquisition of Web Key IT

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 PDF accessibility products and services.  Both companies’ founders and leadership…

Businesses Need to be Proactive as the Deadline for AODA Compliance Approaches

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) requires organizations across Ontario to comply with the AODA standards before June 2021. Even though the deadline for reporting has been delayed for six months, the longer organizations wait, the more daunting the challenge to become compliant.

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