Web Content Accessibility Guidelines are created by World Wide Consortium (W3C) with the purpose of providing a set of standards for making the Internet more accessible by improving the user experience for people with disabilities. The recent version WCAG 2.1 was released in June 2018.
Accessibility Not-Checklist | Brewed by team Intopia
The Accessibility Not-Checklist acts as a guide to make sure you haven’t missed anything. If you’re new to accessibility, the resource provides a foundation – it’s an overview of what you’ll need to consider, but it won’t teach you WCAG from front to back.
Background: An in-depth guide to ARIA roles - The A11Y Project
ARIA roles are one half of the predefined categories of attributes used to describe elements that may not exist natively in browsers or may not be understood by screen readers and other assistive technologies.
This document provides a basis for subsequent work to identify gaps in current technologies, suggest strategies to improve accessibility for these user groups, and develop guidance and techniques for web authors.
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In summary: yes, WCAG applies to kiosks. Overview of Kiosk Accessibility Rules Kiosk accessibility is largely guided by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA sets forth hardware requirements...
EN 301 549 & WCAG 2.0/2.1 Level AA: Guide to EU Web Accessibility
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This specification specifies content conformance requirements for verifying the accessibility of EPUB®
Publications. It also specifies accessibility metadata requirements for the discoverability of EPUB
Your digitally accessible webpage Did you know that about 15% of people around the world have some type of disability? To give them free access to information, websites should be properly designed and programmed. Accessibility guidelines are specified in WCAG 2.1, a set of guidelines that help institutions and organizations make portals and applications accessible […]
Meeting Web Accessibility Guidelines (Section 508/ WCAG 2.1)
You don't have to be an accessibility expert to make your sites accessible. This course will help you attain the knowledge and skills to meet web accessibility guidelines and make your sites accessible to all users.