Sponsored: What’s the difference between PDF and accessible PDF?
An accessible PDF is a PDF document that can be read and accessed by people with disabilities, primarily for the vision-impaired that may use assistive technology to read the file through text-to-speech or a Braille printout. Can your PDFs do that?
Jerry Jones reminds you that a perfectly coded website will still break down if the content isn’t written and built accessibly. Find out how to avoid that in Accessibility 101 for content creators. The article hits all the basics, plus an often forgotten tip to mind your use of emojis.
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