Tag Archives: universal accessibility

Deploying PDF technology to increase government employee productivity and enhance customer service

Today’s government workers need universal access to digital documents, irrespective of whether they work in offices, at home, or in the field. When documents, forms, images, and web pages are encoded in Portable Document Format (PDF), employees can access them ...

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Government Agencies’ Interest in Digitizing Paper Records Grows

State and local government workers transitioning into remote work throughout the coronavirus pandemic has underscored the requirement for access to digital records instead of paper ones, according to a recent poll of government leaders. Paper records make up over 50% ...

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Why accessibility matters more than ever for PDFs and beyond

With a new administration in place, not only has President Biden reinstituted daily press briefings but he’s also said that he wants an American Sign Language interpreter to be a regular part of them, according to the Independent. This ...

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Creating accessible PDF documents

Most governments have laws that require electronic information that’s developed or purchased to be accessible by vision- and hearing-impaired people. Many businesses and private organizations have adopted these policies too. So how do you ensure you’re creating an accessible PDF? ...

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