Many of our clients ask about Section 508 remediation for Word and PowerPoint documents. Why don’t we offer that service? First let’s look at what these animals are: Microsoft Word… Continue Reading Why Publish As PDF?
“Accessibility In Mind” means thinking about accessibility EARLY in the production process. We work with our clients to create procedures that reduce the time and cost of remediation. Using best… Continue Reading What Do You Mean, Accessibility In Mind?
What Is Accessibility? In the physical world, accessibility is the “attribute of being easy to deal with when needed.” The curb cut is a useful example: It is a solid… Continue Reading Accessibility For the Information Age
Section 508 remediation is the process of converting a PDF document into a resource that is accessible to individuals with disabilities, and compliant with the federal regulations in Section 508… Continue Reading What is Section 508 PDF Remediation?
NOTE: Please refer to this clarification: https://508compliantdocumentconversion.com/pdfua-and-section-508/ In January 2017, the U.S. Access Board issued the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Standards and Guidelines, updating its existing Electronic and Information… Continue Reading Do You Feel Section 508 Refreshed? The New ICT Rules Are in Effect
Technology evolves at lightning speed- regulations for accessibility, not so much. Section 508 became effective in 2000- how can 17 year-old regulations apply to today’s enormous, ubiquitous electronic information flow?… Continue Reading A Long Road For the Disabled: Accessible Information and Ancient Regulation, a Brief History of Section 508 and the “Refresh”
The U.S. Access has released a final rule that updates accessibility requirements for information and communication technology (ICT) in the federal sector covered by Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. The… Continue Reading FINALLY! U.S. Access Board Updates of Section 508! WCAG 2.0 Becomes Referenced Standard
Below is common sense accessibility advice, from a great article with fifteen link creation rules to code by- thanks to Gian Wild. Gian rightly focuses on practical accessibility rather than compliance… Continue Reading What You Need To Know About Accessible Links!
New York City takes the lead in accessibility, passing a law in March of this year requiring that its government agency websites and electronic documents meet recognized standards WCAG 2.0… Continue Reading New York City Sets Accessibility Standards, Requires Conformance With Section 508
#1: Accessibility In Mind is a dedicated Section 508 and PDF/UA compliance service. We are not a design/print house that does remediation on the side- remediating PDF documents, making them… Continue Reading The AIM Difference