Category Archives: Accessibilibly/Universal Design for Learning

If Print Is Dead, Somebody Better Tell My Aspirin Bottle

As many of you already know, I have been working for several months on service offerings in the area of content accessibility and consumer engagement. The following paragraphs provide a high-level walkthrough of my journey. In the next few days, … Continue reading

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Are You Leaving Money on the Table?

…a few billion dollars here, a few trillion dollars there, and pretty soon you’re talking about real money. Please see my article on the business case for a content accessibility strategy..

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Universally Designed Content

(This is  a ‘refresh’ of a previous blog on Universal Content Design, with some updated information related to content management–and content marketing– best practices).   A Plea For Your Patience Please bear with me. This blog is about content (management | … Continue reading

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If I Can’t Read Your Site, I Won’t Buy Your Stuff

Is your organization providing content in accessible formats? I’m going to go out on a limb and guess probably not. If you’re answer is yes, then it’s likely that you are required to be 508-compliant by a government agency I’ve … Continue reading

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