What is WCAG?
WCAG, or the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines is the interna- tional benchmark for improving the accessibility of Web Content, Websites, and Web Applications across devices to better serve the needs of people with disabilities, including:
What’s different between WCAG 2.0 & 2.1?
Expanding on the previous edition with 17 new requirements, WCAG 2.1 provides more information on mobile accessibility and inclusion for people with learning, cognitive, and low-vision disabilities.
What’s in the Checklist?
- WCAG 2.0 Level A & AA requirements
- WCAG 2.1 updates
- Helpful information on proper testing techniques
- A detailed and interactive checklist for you and your team to make sure your brand’s digital footprint is accessible and compliant
- Useful criteria explanations, and more
15% of people self-identify as disabled will require assistance using your website. Let this checklist be your guide to opening up your brand to more people.