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Web accessibility training

Web accessibility training news from American Graphics Institute

Web accessibility for web designers & developers

  • Published on June 16, 2021
Web accessibility for web designers & developers

Recently web accessibility and web design put Beyonce in the news rather than a new hit album. A visually impaired woman from New York filed a lawsuit against Beyonce Knowles’ company, Parkwood Entertainment, claiming her website isn’t accessible to visually impaired users. Internet law experts and web accessibility advocates agree web designers and developers can learn a lesson from the case.
 

Web Accessibility Training Leads to a Guide Dog

  • Published on March 23, 2017
Web Accessibility Training Leads to a Guide Dog

In recognition of National Puppy Day, we're happy to share how our teaching web accessibility courses led to a guide dog puppy that you'll find in our Boston area offices. While we've been teaching UX (user experience) design, and HTML classes for more than a decade, the type of teaching we do with our puppy is unique and rewarding.