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A 5-Minute Guide to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)


Give us five minutes and we’ll get you sounding like you understand WCAG. Sound good? You’ll learn what it is, what it covers, why it’s important, and how you can achieve compliance. Ready?

What is the difference between WCAG A and WCAG AA conformance?


The WCAG criteria aim to make web content more accessible to a wider audience of people with disabilities. All success criteria are important access issues for people with disabilities. They address things beyond the usability problems that might be faced by all users. The three levels of WCAG compliance

WCAG 2.1 and Mobile Accessibility


Ensuring accessibility of mobile devices and their apps is difficult on two fronts: first, the technology is constantly evolving; and second, WCAG 2.0 didn’t delve too deeply into guidelines for mobile. This has all changed with WCAG 2.1. Mobile Accessibility expert Kara VanRoekel walks through everything you need to know about the new guidelines (including when you should be implementing them).