Here’s a conversation I have quite often with CIOs and IT managers, not to mention ECM industry people. It usually starts like this: ME: Does your ECM system support PDF documents? CIO: Of course our ECM system supports PDF! I look at PDFs on it everyday! Just about everything in the system is a PDF! That’s always good to know. OK, so then I ask… ME: So, you know how you can add notes to…
I love Apple products. My desktop is a Mac Mini, my road-warrior is a MacBook Pro and I upgrade my iPhone every other version. My iPad 1 still works reasonably… Apple’s Preview: Still not safe for work
From time to time one still hears this assertion: “While PDF is a useful medium for some situations; when it is used, there must be a more accessible alternative provided… As a format, is PDF “sufficiently accessible”?
ISO 14289 (PDF/UA) was published in the late summer of 2012. At a mere sixteen pages, the International Standard for accessible PDF technology does not, by itself, provide all the… The PDF/UA Technical Implementation Guide Arriveth
An accessibility expert pointed out the other day that VoiceOver, Apple’s screen reader for MacOS, doesn’t understand tagged PDF, and therefore doesn’t support accessibility in this extremely common electronic document format. He’s… Inaccessible by Choice: PDF on MacOS