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Why do we need another “Accessibility Qualification”?

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Neil Eustice  |  11.1.19
Diversity & Knowledge Manager KPMG

Depending on the size of your business and how far you are along in the development of being a truly accessible business, you may have people already qualified in aspects of accessibility. For example, you may have a member of staff who is an IAAP Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC).  Continue reading Neil's Blog

 

Making Common Sense More Commonplace

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Jodie Greer  |  11.07.19
IT Accessibility Lead, Shell
IAAP SLiA Taskforce Chairperson

Question:  How would you and your business benefit from a Strategic Leader in Accessibility (SLiA) Certification?
Answer:  As an individual who understands the value accessibility brings to a business, this certification would give you the tools, knowledge, and proven credibility to determine strategic plans, influence senior stakeholders, and ultimately set your business up for success.  Continue reading Jodie's Blog.

Accessibility by default – could this be the future?

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Susanna Laurin  |  11.18.19
IAAP Global Leadership Council Vice Chair
Chief Research and Innovation Officer at Funka

The European Parliament has funded a pilot project aimed at investigating which accessibility features could be built into authoring tools, in this case content management systems, CMS. Funka has led the 1.5 year-long project, partnering with CTIC and collaborating with stakeholder organisations as well as producers and suppliers of CMS.  Continue reading Accessibility by default.

Procure accessibility – think big!

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Susanna Laurin  |  11.18.19
IAAP Global Leadership Council Vice Chair
Chief Research and Innovation Officer at Funka

Content management systems, CMS, can make a huge difference when it comes to accessibility. It is extremely important to choose a tool where functions and templates don’t create accessibility problems. However, almost equally important is the potential the CMS has to help the web authors to do the right thing.  Continue reading Procure accessibility.


 

 


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