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Introducing [*Drumroll*] Innate’s Accessibility Services

We’re happy to announce the launch of Innate’s new Website Accessibility Services! Let us help you manage the process of updating your website to follow the Americans with Disabilities Act Title III, Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the industry standard WCAG 2.0 guidelines. As a long-time player in the website design game, we know that user experience is (and always has been) a key component of our digital strategy for clients. But, times change and so do rules.…

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Innate Scores Another “A” for Accessible Design with VisionAware.org

CDG has designed another fully accessible digital solution for the growing population of users with vision loss. VisionAware.org was created for the American Foundation for the Blind and Reader’s Digest Partners for Sight.

Accessibility, Functionality & Design: Innate Redesigns AFB.org

On March 7, The American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) launched the new afb.org, designed by CDG Interactive with best practices for accessibility.

FamilyConnect Wins iParenting Award

A big congratulations to CDG’s friends at the American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) and the National Association for Parents of Children with Visual Impairments (NAPVI). FamilyConnect, an AFB/NAPVI-produced website for parents of visually impaired children, was named a “2008 Outstanding Product” in the iParenting Media Awards. Singled out for its helpful, comprehensive content, the site was lauded as a first-rate resource for parents who are raising a child with visual impairment. CDG is proud to have been a partner…

Chess for the Blind

Working with the American Foundation for the Blind has made me very aware of new innovations in products and technology for the visually impaired. That’s why when I saw this chess set designed for the blind, it caught my attention. The chess set was created for a design competition sponsored by the Noguchi Museum. According to the official press release, “the Museum invited full-time students of design and architecture to redesign the classic chess set and board for the twenty-first…

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