Engaging experiences for all users.

Adobe is an industry leader in accessibility and supports the creation
of outstanding web experiences by encouraging developers to produce
rich, engaging content that is accessible to all.

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Our strategy and commitment.


Providing product accessibility support and reporting on standards compliance


Maintaining relationships with assistive technology vendors to ensure that Adobe software works well with end-user tools


Supporting developers and authors who need to meet accessibility standards


Providing information and resources for end users with disabilities


Providing leadership in the accessibility effort by helping to develop  standards and collaborating with organizations interested in accessibility

Getting started with accessibility.

Trying to understand accessibility? These resources explain what accessibility is and provide information about how to start supporting all website users.

What is accessibility?

Accessibility standards

How do I create an accessible site?

Popular accessibility resources.

Preparing InDesign files for accessibility.

Creating accessible sites in Flash Professional.

Authoring accessible PDFs with Acrobat.

Use Adobe InDesign and Acrobat to create accessible content for people with disabilities. See how InDesign can add accessible elements to documents that will be exported to PDF.
Explore practical suggestions for creating accessible content with Adobe Flash Professional. This presentation demonstrates useful tips for  designing Flash Player compatible applications that work for all users.
Creating accessible electronic documents requires more than specialized authoring tools; authors should begin with accessibility in mind.

From the Adobe Accessibility blog.

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