“Accessibility” is not going away.

Time was that accessibility meant literal “access” to brick-and-mortar structures; physical buildings. But times have changed. Providing online services, including digital access to banking and medical files is now the norm; a commonplace practice that bridges the gap between businesses and consumers and pretty much everyone agrees that it should …

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Digital Accessibility is Essential for Some and Useful For All

Accessibility as defined by the Merriam Webster dictionary is the ability of being reached, approached, used, or understood. The power of technology allows businesses to make information and resources more easily available to those who need it. There is no really good reason for any digital information to be inaccessible …

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MediaWire is WCAG 2.1 AA Compliant! What Does This Mean?

To explain the WCAG and how these guidelines are developed and implemented, this information was taken from the great resource w3.org. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) develops international Web standards: HTML, CSS, and many more. W3C’s Web standards are called W3C Recommendations. Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are developed …

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How the DAISY Standard and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Work Together

Players in all areas of publishing including trade publishing, independent publishing, and non-traditional publishing such as publishing internally within corporations, or university presses, all understand that there is a need for published content to be as accessible as possible, to as many people as possible. Because in the United States …

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