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Can ADA Title II Local Government Accessibility Be Efficient? A Response to Richard Hunt

Relying on third party providers offers opportunities for local governments to achieve ADA Title II compliance in a cost effective manner.

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Why Are There No Mobile Accessibility Guidelines in WCAG?

WCAG was not originally written for mobile and it still shows. How do current guidelines fall short and how can it be fixed?

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WCAG 2.2 is Here: New Accessibility Guidelines

This past week, the W3C finally published a new version of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines as its official recommendation. This new version, WCAG 2.2, has been a long time coming.

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What Happens When Developers Are Liable for Accessibility?

California's new accessibility bill AB1757 may shift liability for inaccessible sites to developers, agencies and other providers. Is this cause for fear? Or a great opportunity for agencies that can do the work?

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Second Best Accessibility: What to Do When Best Is Impossible

In the digital accessibility world, there is a standard line of advice that goes something like this: You need to design and build with accessibility in mind. If you do things right the first time, you shouldn’t need to invest in remediation or rebuilding later. And by the way, it doesn’t have to be that […]

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