Equidox PDF remediation software overview. See how Equidox can save up to 90% of your time remediating documents. Watch how our Smart Detection Tools reduce complex elements to a few clicks. Equidox Software Overview Demonstration This webinar is an overview of the Equidox software. We will review the features of the software and how quickly it can remediate PDFs. We will highlight the Smart Zone Detector and the Smart Table and List Detectors. Transcript: Equidox by Onix Reach everyone. Thank… Continue Reading Equidox Webinar Wednesdays – Software Overview
An accessible PDF is one that all users can open and read, even those using assistive technology such as screen readers or connected Braille displays. As organizations are learning more and more about how to ensure their online content is compliant with digital accessibility legislation and reaches everyone, tagging PDF documents also needs to be addressed. PDFs are often not accessible PDFs are one of the most flexible and secure document types. Many organizations use these documents both internally and… Continue Reading How to tag PDFs for assistive technology
Essential parts of a compliant PDF document Digital accessibility is the concept of making sure every person can access and use information provided in digital formats. A digitally accessible PDF document has content that can be read by any person, no matter how they are accessing the document. Many people use assistive technology such as screen readers and connected Braille displays to access PDFs and other digital information. Many of these people do not use a mouse. Instead, they rely… Continue Reading What is an accessible PDF?
Using accessibility overlays to make your website accessible to everyone might sound like a great idea. Installing an overlay plugin and trusting it to do the complex and nuanced work of correctly structuring tag trees on your website is tempting if you just don’t have the time, manpower, or HTML knowledge to make and keep your digital resources accessible. But downloading and inserting a quick, generic line of code into your website that promises to take away all your accessibility… Continue Reading Accessibility Overlays: Automation That’s Too Good to be True
What does accessibility mean? Accessibility is making things universally usable for every person. This can mean your physical space, and it can mean your digital space. Physical accessibility includes things like ramps and elevators and the size and spacing of your doorways, hallways, and offices. Making your physical space usable for every person, regardless of their mobility, makes your space inclusive and accessible. Making your digital content usable for every person, regardless of their abilities or disabilities, means it is… Continue Reading What is PDF Accessibility?
The tech industry has the ability to make the world a significantly more accessible place for everyone. Groceries, prescriptions, clothes, and other household items can be delivered to your door in just a few clicks. TV shows can be captioned. Books can be read aloud. Smart speakers can tell you whatever you want to know by simply asking a question. Impressive accessibility advances can sometimes overshadow less exciting accessibility features like an accessible website and PDF files. PDFs, for example,… Continue Reading ADA Compliance for the Tech Industry
Accessibility lawsuits are a serious risk for banks Banks and financial companies are at risk for ADA accessibility lawsuits. Making a website and app ADA compliant takes significant time and effort, especially to keep up with the thousands of PDF statements customers request online daily. With nearly 25% of the population having a disability, digital accessibility can impact a quarter of your customers. ADA compliance has become a hot button issue and accessibility lawsuits have continued to rise over the… Continue Reading ADA compliant PDFs statements on-demand for Banks
Everyone loves the PDF file format. It’s just what it says, it’s a Portable Document File. It can be created from and will open on nearly any device or platform, retains its formatting, and is secure. It can contain text, images, lists, tables, and diagrams. It’s an extremely useful document file format. Unless that is, you are a person who uses assistive technology to read your digital documents. Then a PDF is often the bane of your existence. Especially if… Continue Reading Why you should never Print to PDF
PDFs, or, “portable document format,” are one of the most widely used digital document formats. They maintain their visual formatting no matter what device is used to read them and can be protected against editing. However, PDFs can also be one of the least accessible document types for people using assistive technology to access digital information. In order to make them accessible, PDF remediation is needed. There are a few myths about PDF accessibility. Here are some common misconceptions: Myth:… Continue Reading 3 Myths about PDF Accessibility and Document Conversion
Insurance companies often save documents as PDFs to make them easily reproducible in the same format. However, PDFs are often inaccessible to clients who use assistive technology. Clients who use devices like screen readers or refreshable Braille displays may not be able to access necessary documents to keep their healthcare bills and benefits organized and up to date. With over 25% of the population having some disability, PDF accessibility is vital to the success of your clients, your employees,… Continue Reading PDF Remediation for Health Insurance