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Design, Quality Assurance, Technology November 18 2019
Many websites in violation of current WCAG guidelines have been slapped with costly lawsuits, including Domino’s Pizza in 2016. This case has been the subject of debate since a lower court ruled against Domino’s. In October 2019, the Supreme Court rejected Domino’s Pizza appeal. The significance of this case could set a precedent for website accessibility going forward, so it’s important to understand what it all means and how it could impact your website.
posted by Will Creedle
Design, Quality Assurance, Technology October 10 2019
When designing a website, it’s important to consider current ADA conformance guidelines and make your site accessible to those with visual impairments and other disabilities so that tools like screen readers can work as intended.
posted by Dan Seagull
Design, Quality Assurance, Technology July 11 2019
Now that website accessibility is standard for most website designs and redesigns and plans for maintaining their compliance are in place, it is natural to wonder if other digital platforms – such as email – are also subject to the current WCAG standards. The short answer? Yes.
posted by Dan Seagull
Quality Assurance May 14 2019
NY lawmakers recently introduced a "notice and cure" bill to curb the dramatic rise in website accessibility lawsuits. Learn what this bill means, and how it might affect your website ADA plans.
posted by Will Creedle
Quality Assurance March 12 2019

Conforming to website accessibility guidelines is important for all site owners, but one important step that's often overlooked is to test the human experience. Checking all of the conformance guidelines is legally important, but evaluating how your site may fail to maximize the screen readers experience during manual ADA testing can make a huge difference to those website visitors with disabilities.

posted by Dan Seagull
Quality Assurance March 01 2019
With 2,258 website ADA lawsuits filed in 2018, more and more companies, organizations and institutions are choosing to make their websites work for people with disabilities and conform to the current WCAG AA standards. Smaller businesses face a unique challenge however, since the decision to retrofit or rebuild a site is often costly and confusing. Learn about website compliance options for smaller businesses.
posted by Will Creedle
Design, Quality Assurance, Technology February 18 2019
Find out why designing for accessibility instead of retrofitting a website for ADA can save your business time, money and hassle.
posted by Danielli Franquim