PDF/A – The format of the future – Part 4: PDF/UA

Now that parts 1 to 3 of our blog series covered the subject of PDF/A and the formats PDF/A-1, PDF/A-2 and PDF/A-3, it’s time to share some details about the PDF/UA format and how you can use it to generate PDFs that – as its UA designation indicates – will ensure universal accessibility, especially for people with disabilities. The

PDF/UA for customer communication

Business have to specially adapt and process content for proper display on customer mobile devices. Today’s consumers want relevant information at their fingertips, on the move, and on whichever device they may be using at any given time – be this a smartphone, laptop or tablet. This challenges companies to make content usable on mobile


Accessible PDF files: PDF/UA

The ISO standard 14289-1, better known as PDF/UA, describes the requirements for universally accessible PDF documents. The PDF/UA standard marked the first time that businesses and government agencies were provided with a guide for ensuring that software, hardware and electronic documents work together as best as possible to eliminate barriers to access. Whenever there is

Accessible IT: the latest legal situation

PDF/UA (Universal Accessibility) was formalized in July 2012 as the ISO 14298-1 standard and is the designation for a variety of PDF specifically designed to create accessible PDF documents. This standard provides a uniform description of the requirements that a PDF document must satisfy, and which also fulfills the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. The

Universal accessibility with PDF/UA

PDF/UA (Universal Accessibility) was published in July 2012 as the ISO 14298-1 standard and designates a variety of the PDF standard for creating accessible PDF documents. This standard not only marks the first time that uniform requirements for the universal accessibility of PDF documents were described, but also ensures that these PDF documents comply with