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Quality Assurance February 19 2021
If 2020 taught us anything, it’s not to predict what might happen in the year ahead. However, with the digital world being more important than ever, the concept of a more inclusive web has never been more of a priority. As such, we expect some significant progress in the world of website ADA conformance in 2021 and beyond.  
posted by Dan Seagull
Quality Assurance February 03 2021
Having a website that is ADA conformant is the right thing to do morally, but it also is the right thing to do from a business perspective. Read this article to explore moral and business justifications to having a conformant digital experience.
posted by Dan Seagull
Quality Assurance January 25 2021
The Working Draft of WCAG 3.0 has been released to the public and there are a few notable changes that website owners and managers will want to educate themselves about. Read this blog to see what's coming down the road and why creating an accessible website for all should be a top priority.
posted by Dan Seagull
Quality Assurance, Technology January 04 2021
Earlier this year, Siteimprove announced an upcoming free update for all customers, which includes some major upgrades to its website accessibility platform within its site governance tool. The new accessibility module was developed to make building and maintaining fully accessible websites easier and more fool-proof than ever. Here’s what you need to know.
posted by Will Creedle
Quality Assurance August 04 2020
If you've heard of a VPAT but not sure what it is, learn why a business or institution might need to complete a Voluntary Product Accessibility Template, explore the types of VPATs, and how a VPAT differs from a full accessibility audit.
posted by Will Creedle
Quality Assurance, Technology May 27 2020
While Level AA is the gold standard for website ADA conformance, it is important to understand what each level (A, AA, AAA) implies so you can plan your business' website conformance plan. Use this handy comparison chart of specific WCAG 2.1 guidelines when planning or maintaining your conformant site.
posted by Dan Seagull
Quality Assurance April 30 2020
WCAG guidelines require PDFs to be conformant, but the process of doing so can lead to many headaches if not properly planned for. Understand when creating a site page in your CMS maybe a better option than a PDF, what can make PDF conformance easy or complex, and how to plan for this when designing or retrofitting your website against current website ADA standards.
posted by Dan Seagull