Renovation Study Reveals Shortcomings of School Site
Sampan - The study also points out that "there was more space required" for the desired renovations than is available within the existing buildings, and that the buildings would need to be modified to meet accessibility guidelines and to meet plumbing codes. ...
Target lawsuit tests limits of US web accessibility law
Out-Law - The rule, known as Section 508, mandates accessibility requirements in federal procurement. But it does not generally apply to private sector websites. In contrast, the UK has a sweeping obligation on all websites offered to the public: they must ...
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Closed captioning, subtitling, transcriptions, of films documentaries training videos, closed captions, broadcast captions, caption house, FCC captions compliance, section 508...
Web retailers need to improve site accessibility (Computing.co.uk)
Dave Friedlos, Computing , Tuesday 26 September 2006 at 00:00:00 Research suggests sales are being lost by poor web design Retailers could miss out on more than 376m in sales this Christmas because web sites fail to meet basic accessibility requirements, according to new research.... > Read the full article
Intraware Announces Second Quarter Fiscal Year 2007 Financial Results (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
ORINDA, Calif.----Intraware, Inc. , the leading provider of electronic software and license delivery services, today reported financial results for its second quarter of fiscal 2007 ended August 31, 2006.
Ruling has web designers shifting gears
MLive.com - In fact, its own Web site links to a page about disability acts, content accessibility guidelines and the benefits of building an accessible site. "Our company builds accessible sites from the get-go," Mr. Sanzeri says. "It's also a marketing tool ...
Enforcing the Disabilities Law
Inside Higher Ed - Section 508, the specific section of the Rehab Act that deals with web-based and computer technology, is about as clear and straight forward as you can get. I m not 100% sure if it actually applies to every institution (although I suspect it does ...
School web sites fail accessibility test
eSchool Online - School web sites fail accessibility test Only 14 percent of nation's top universities reportedly meet W3C accessibility guidelines By Justin Appel, Assistant Editor, eSchool News
Retail websites fail access test (BBC News)
A survey of the UK's top 30 e-commerce websites shows they all fail to provide suitable access for disabled users.