Accessible PDF and PDF/UA compliance are not the same thing. One day they may be, but we are currently a long way from that point.
This month we are celebrating 10 years since the founding of the Accessible Digital Documents Company (formerly PWS). The most significant change we have seen in this time has been…
PDF/UA compliance requires the use of a Formula tag for mathematical expressions. However, NVDA does not read content tagged in this way.
This post looks at a further aspect of accessible PDF links that document authors should pay attention to, namely link zoom settings.
We are delighted to announce that we are sponsoring the forthcoming BIC Breakfast on accessible ebooks. This event will take place on 25 April 2018 at the Poetry Café, 22 Betterton Street, London WC2H 9BX.
A different kind of assistive technology, the C-Pen is a small, hand-held device for scanning text from a printed page and then displaying it in its own small screen. It also has a text-to-speech facility.
When (and when not) to mark up changes in natural language …accompanying video includes how to in Microsoft Word, Adobe InDesign and Acrobat Pro.
We are delighted to announce the launch of our dedicated PDF and EPUB accessibility YouTube channel.
Part 1 of: why a standards-compliant PDF is not necessarily the same thing as an accessible PDF …a PDF/UA-compliant document is not necessarily a fully accessible PDF…
The problem of inaccessible PDFs is not the format itself, but the widespread lack of knowledge as to how to author them properly. Failure to understand this crucial distinction is itself an accessibility problem.