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What Happens When Developers Are Liable for Accessibility?

California's new accessibility bill AB1757 may shift liability for inaccessible sites to developers, agencies and other providers. Is this cause for fear? Or a great opportunity for agencies that can do the work?

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How to Think About Accessibility During a "Tech Recession"?

Twitter fired their entire accessibility team this month. But that doesn't mean you can afford to pause on accessibility during a tech recession.

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How Local Government Websites Can Be More Accessible for Users with Disabilities

Take a look at your town’s website. I was checking out my local township website to get some election related information last week. And it’s kind of awful. For everyone. But especially for users with disabilities.

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Accessibility for Agencies: What are Your Responsibilities?

How are agencies doing on accessibility? The short answer is not great. For digital agency owners, executives, and practitioners, there has been increased attention on digital accessibility (sometimes shortened to a11y) over the past few years. But out in the wild, it’s hard to see the impact.

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How Does the New California Court Accessibility Ruling Affect Your Digital-Only Website?

Some welcome news for site owners, but don't change your accessibility strategy yet

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