Intentional Accessibility: Making Content Available to All


Accessibility – the design of products, devices, services or environments for people who experience disabilities. President Richard Nixon signed the Rehabilitation Act on September 26, 1973, which prohibited discrimination on the basis of disability in programs run by federal agencies. In 1998, Congress amended the act, which strengthened Section 508, requiring that federal agencies also… Read more »

5 Simple Ways to Make Content More Accessible

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In the public sector, making content accessible can seem like a huge undertaking. From changing processes to using targeted software, accessibility can seem overly complicated. But accessibility does not have to be complicated. Here are 4 simple things you can start doing now to make content more accessible to your readers with disabilities.

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GovDelivery and WeCo: A Partnership that Bridges the Gap Between Government and Taxpayers Living With Disabilities

Guest Post by: Lynn Wehrman, President & Test Management Team Director, WeCo As the President of a small, mission-based start-up, I’m often asked what led me to leave a comfortable government position to pioneer a company in a field that is only just emerging, covering a need that few companies understand: electronic accessibility.  While the… Read more »