PDF/UA featured in the 2015 Section 508 Refresh

PDF/UA is featured in the US Access Board’s 2015 Notice of Public Rule Making for the Section 508 refresh. [...]

Karen MacCall to speak about PDF/UA at CSUN 2015

Karen McCall will be speaking at this year’s CSUN conference about “The Implementation of PDF/UA and Standardized Access to PDF Content”. In an interview with Australia based W3C member Access iQ she shares her take on accessible PDF and the role of PDF/UA ahead of the CSUN conference. [...]

Apache™ PDFBox™ named an Open Source Partner Organization of the PDF Association

Apache PDFBox becomes a Partner Organization of the PDF Association. [...]

Open Preservation Foundation becomes a PDF Association Partner Organization

The Open Preservation Foundation and the PDF Association have signed an agreement to formally recognize their on-going collaborative partnership. [...]

ZUGFeRD 1.0 – English Version Released

Electronic invoices: New uniform data format ZUGFeRD saves money and helps SMEs [...]

PDF/UA-1:2014 now published

The 2nd edition of PDF/UA is a minor revision, but what’s more exciting is that it conforms to PDF/UA!. Developers interested in accessible PDF should acquire it without delay. [...]

Attendees rate PDF Day in DC and NYC a success!

An overwhelming majority say that they learned readily applicable information, both from the sessions and one-on-one discussions. [...]

PRC now published as ISO 14739-1:2014

The Product Representation Compact (PRC) format for sharing 3D data with end users has been published as ISO 14739-1:2014. [...]

French version of “PDF/A in a Nutshell 2.0” available

PDF/A l’essentiel 2.0 – PDF pour l’archivage à long terme is the french translation of PDF/A in a Nutshell 2.0. You can read the brochure online or download a free PDF version. [...]

Australian gov: PDF accessible, but not accessibility-supported on mobile

A just-published report from the Australian government finds that PDF as a file-format is accessible but that PDF as supported on mobile devices is not. [...]