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PDF Remediation: What Is It and Why It Matters

Accessibility remediation, in general terms, is the process of bringing digital assets—such as websites, applications, and documents—into compliance with recognized standards of accessibility with the goal of providing a better user experience for people with disabilities. PDFs are the most common type of digital document used, and they too require a …

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Web Accessibility in Banking: An Investment Worth Pursuing

Each day, many of us process transactions simply to live out our day-to-day. Whether that means buying a coffee or paying a mortgage, banking is engrained into our daily lives. Despite laws and regulations in place, many individuals with disabilities find it difficult to navigate through bank websites and mobile …

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Back-to-School Season Is Here: Why Accessible Textbooks Are Important

It’s officially back-to-school season. For most students, this means checking out their classes and making sure they have all the learning materials they need. For students with disabilities, however, the latter comes with a challenge, because not all textbooks are available in an accessible format. Every student should have access …

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Death of the PDF? Not quite, but accessible alternatives are quickly becoming necessary

Governments in many countries are addressing accessibility in the digital realm very seriously now. For example, in December 2020 the UK government updated its content design guidance for open formats. The update has underlined its commitment to open standards and clearly mandated GOV.UK publishers to provide accessible alternatives to PDFs. …

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