In June 2018, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) unveiled the latest update to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines with the release of WCAG 2.1. WCAG 2.1 is now the official recommendation of the W3C. Let's take a look at what's new in WCAG 2.1.

The start of 2017 brings some accessibility improvements in Windows 10. Launch on January 9th, Windows 10 Build 15002 has a few new and improved accessibility features.

Is your Canadian firm looking to improve workplace accessibility? If so, you might quality for Government of Canada funding though the Enabling Accessibility Fund.

Creating an accessible web content, whether it is PDF or HTML, can benefit all users, not just those with disabilities. Many accessibility features stem from an approach that requires an understanding of how people use the web. Considering accessibility can also have the effect of making a PDF friendlier to search engines.

The PDF format is wonderful in that it allows us to create documents that are beautiful to look at. They often reflect our corporate image, or are designed to impress, sell, or share information. When layout is critical to the presentation of data, we tend to consider the use of PDF. A PDF is an end product of a lot of other work. From content creation, through to page layout and graphic design, is the end of means.