Web Accessibility

Preparing for the Upcoming AODA Web Compliance Deadlines

By now, organizations in Ontario, Canada should be well acquainted with the Accessibility for Ontarians with...

Don’t Forget the Documents - Why Accessible Web Content is More Than just HTML

Why you need a strategy to ensure that your PDF documents are as accessible as the rest of your website.

4 Essential Features Of Social Media Accessibility

No social media channel is one hundred percent accessible due to limitations on the actual platforms. You...

Our Partner, CommonLook, Brings PDF Accessibility to Chrome

Our strategic partners, CommonLook, have joined forces with Google to make PDFs more accessible in Chrome.

What Is ADA Website Compliance?

Have ADA rules and regulations got you scratching your head in confusion? Are you in doubt about what being...

How To Write Good Alt Text and Why It Matters

“Alt text” or “alternative text” (sometimes known as “alt tags”) is, in its basic form, any text...

7 Common Web Accessibility Issues for the Visually Impaired

It's common knowledge now that web accessibility is a basic human right. Besides opening your website to a...

Readability: How to Write Content That Everyone Can Read

You may think you write great copy, but that goes nowhere if it’s too complex for some readers to comprehend.

Web Accessibility and SEO - How They Are Interrelated

Web accessibility and SEO are mutually beneficial and interrelate in many areas. Both are machine-readable....

Web Accessibility for Hearing Impairments

Using the web requires certain physical, visual, and cognitive efforts, so it is a common assumption that...

The Easiest and Quickest Ways to Improve Your Web Accessibility

Are you wondering how to handle web accessibility and are concerned about time?

What Is Web Accessibility?

A quick guide on how to create inclusive, compliant websites. Accessibility on the web is the need for...

Web Accessibility in Canada: An Overview

As a country, Canada has done well with implementing inclusivity into its society and accommodating for...

4 Reasons to Improve Web Accessibility

If you have an audience which widely suffers from disability (such as if you are an ophthalmic surgeon and...

Tips for Making Your Content and Website Design More Accessible

When you are planning your business's digital marketing and website design, be inclusive and make your...

Web and PDF Accessibility Made Easy for Government Web Professionals

SAN DIEGO and ARLINGTON, Va., September 12, 2019 (Newswire.com) - ​​​​​​​Monsido, a leader in web governance...

7 Accessibility Issues You Probably Have on Your Site Right Now

Accessibility and inclusive design is the latest buzzword in web design, but the actual matter encompasses a...

Everything You Need to Know About the EU Web Accessibility Directive

As the deadline for the first adoption phase of the EU Web Accessibility Directive draws closer (September...

Introducing PageCorrect: Your Tool for Easier Web Accessibility & Quality Assurance

PageCorrect is a revolutionary tool that allows you to immediately address quality assurance and...

Readability Tips: How to Make Your Content Understandable

Improving readability also means improving your site's SEO, usability, & conversion rates. Read on to find...

A Guide to Web Accessibility in the US

You've decided to make your website accessible to people with disabilities. Now what? The first thing you...

What to Do If You Receive an ADA Web Accessibility Demand Letter

2019 saw a flood of web accessibility lawsuits, with over 2000 new cases filed in federal court on grounds...

Website and PDF Accessibility Made Easy

Partnership Between Monsido and CommonLook Gives Users Access to Enhanced PDF Compliance Tools

Tips to Protect Website from Accessibility Lawsuit

If you’ve been paying attention to web accessibility lawsuits – such as the lawsuit filed against Harvard...

Web Accessibility for Visual Impairments

When people think of web accessibility, they usually think of making websites for blind individuals using...

Is Your Website At Risk of an Accessibility Lawsuit?

In 2015, The National Association of the Deaf (NAD) filed a class action lawsuit against Harvard University...

Making an Accessible Website for Users with Physical Disabilities

When talking about web accessibility, it is often blind individuals with screen readers who come to mind....

What a “Father of the Internet” Has to Say About Accessibility

Since co-founding the internet with fellow Father of the Internet, Robert Kahn, by creating its fundamental...

Spreading Awareness of Global Accessibility Awareness Day

Since the online community began recognizing the need for accessibility, web designers, tech companies,...

7 Tech Tools which Help People With Disabilities Access the Web

If you are not a person with a disability, then you probably take it for granted that you can easily control...

How to Make a Web Accessibility Strategy

Whether you want to improve your website accessibility because of legal reasons, to expand reach, or simply...

6 Misconceptions about Web Accessibility

Even though web accessibility isn’t a new concept, there hasn’t been much discourse about it over the years...

Web Accessibility for Cognitive and Neurological Impairments

Of all of the types of disabilities which must be considered for web accessibility, neurological and...

What is Web Accessibility and Why It Matters for Your Website

When you go to the doctor’s office or a government building, you will find wheelchair ramps at the entrance...

Content Optimization: Satisfy Search Engines and Users

In 1996, Bill Gates wrote an article called “Content is King.” He outlines some interesting ideas, like that...

Better Overview with “Pages with errors” Section

Today we have launched a new report in Monsido. The section “Pages with errors" is a complete list of all...