[Athen] Deque Amaze

Teresa Haven Teresa.Haven at nau.edu
Fri Dec 18 05:26:48 PST 2015

I had a feeling this was the case. I will let folks know they still need to learn to do it right in the first place instead of looking for shortcuts - the same thing we are often trying to teach our students.



On Dec 18, 2015, at 6:59 AM, Bossley, Pete <bossley.5 at osu.edu<mailto:bossley.5 at osu.edu>> wrote:

Essentially this is javascript injection to make something accessible. It would be a last resort kind of move and as mentioned by another poster is probably expensive. And, still much effort from a development standpoint. Really useful in the context of a 3rd party system that you can’t modify yourself but that you need to make it accessible nonetheless and you can’t get a vendor to work with you on it.

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Subject: [Athen] Deque Amaze

Does anyone have any direct experience with Deque Amaze? Several of our developers have received advertising about the product and love the idea of something else “taking care of” accessibility for them – and of course it sounds “too good to be true” to me because there’s not much real detail on their website. Any info you can share would be appreciated.


Teresa Haven, Ph.D.
Accessibility Analyst, Northern Arizona University

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