A11Y

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Justice Department to Publish Final Rule to Strengthen Web and Mobile App Access for People with Disabilities

A new regulation was enacted this week and those involved in the development or management of state or local government websites should take note. Specifying the responsibilities of state and local government bodies in rendering their digital platforms accessible,  Attorney General Merrick Garland enacted a new regulation under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities …

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The Silent Impact: How Inaccessible Branding Can Affect Your Bottom Line

In the bustling world of business, branding is the beacon that guides consumers to your products or services. It’s the visual and emotional connection that resonates with audiences, creating loyalty and driving sales. However, what happens when a portion of your audience can’t connect with your brand due to accessibility issues? The impact, though silent, …

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Accessibility Beyond the Web: Why Every Brand Asset Matters

As a digital technical solutions company, the term “accessibility” (A11Y) usually conjures images of websites and app interfaces designed for those with disabilities. However, a recent event served as a poignant reminder that accessibility (A11Y)  extends far beyond the digital realm, and should be considered for all brand assets from the largest to the (seemingly) …

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