Compliance in the News

Does the ADA require 100% web accessibility?

Maybe. Part of the problem in answering this questions is that the Americans with Disabilities Act doesn’t mention (let alone define) web accessibility.

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How Does the New California Court Accessibility Ruling Affect Your Digital-Only Website?

Some welcome news for site owners, but don't change your accessibility strategy yet

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How Wordle Falls Short on Accessibility

If you participate in social media, you have surely seen at least a few Wordle share grids over the past month or so. The five-letter word guessing game has taken the internet by storm and kept users hungry by releasing only one puzzle each day. In fact, it became so popular that it was quickly bought up by the New York Times for a low-7 figure sum. Wordle also makes for an interesting case study on digital accessibility; it’s not just a typical website with typical best practices to apply, but raises novel questions that force us to think just a bit more empathetically.

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Everything You Need to Know About ADA Web Accessibility for 2022

The most important accessibility legal decisions and trends of the past year and what they mean for ADA compliance in 2022

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Web Accessibility Roundup: Awards, Cannabis, New Emergency Rules

Accessibility recognition schemes in Hong Kong, new emergency alert rules, and Twitter's latest accessibility feature.

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