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An Honorable Resolution: Accessible to ALL.

Accessible360 Better. For All. As we begin the new year with high hopes and new resolutions to become better people than we were in the year gone by, lets also focus on how we can be better businesspeople. And, one big and meaningful way to be a better businessperson in 2017 is to make sure your company’s website is accessible to ALL. There are over 58 million disabled people in the U.S. alone who want to do business with you if you make it easy for them.

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Why Automatic Accessibility Scanning Tools Aren't Enough

Smart companies are always looking for ways to leverage automation to keep their businesses efficient and competitive. However, while we should always be looking to push the boundaries of what is possible, there are some things which simply should not or cannot be entirely automated. At present, one of these things is website accessibility. Just as you would not use a machine to tell you whether or not your website is designed well, or whether it provides a pleasant experience for your users, you should not rely on a software program, no matter how smart it may claim to be, to verify whether your site is accessible.

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Internal Accessible Tools We Use

Antique tools on a tool bench Here at A360 our staff is a diverse combination of sighted and blind users; remote and local users; and technical and biz users. Accessibility for our internal toolset is obviously very important for us to be productive across a wide variety of situations. I thought we should highlight some of tools that we use internally and their level of accessibility: Communication G Suite: We use gmail, google calendaring and Drive extensively.

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E-Commerce Accessibility: Our Top 7 Issues for Product Detail Pages

For the vast majority of e-commerce websites, there is usually a single template powering over 90% of all pages on the site- the product detail page. So, when starting remediation on a typical shopping site, we’ll often recommend tackling the product pages first. Certainly, if the remediation is going in coding sprints, or the client is under a tight timeline to make as much of their site accessible as possible, it makes good sense to fix as many pages as possible by fixing one template.

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In The News: Accessible360 Leads Revolution In Modifying Websites For Compliance With Americans With Disabilities Act

Press Release — October 6, 2016 Nearly 20 percent of Americans live with a disability. And thanks to the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) — a law which prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life, including jobs, schools, transportation, and all public and private places that are open to the general public — everyone with a disability is entitled to enjoy access everywhere.

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