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What Happens When Developers are Liable for Accessibility, Part 2

When customers expect accessibility, it pays to be precise and prepared so that you set the right expectations and meet them.

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The Legality and Practicality of Conforming Alternate Versions

Conforming alternate versions sound like an easy way to offer accessibility, but the conforming part is harder than it seems.

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New Accessibility Rules for Local & State Governments: What You Need to Know

Learn about the new minimum technical web accessibility standards and how to get into compliance with new DOJ regulations for ADA Title II.

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Building Accessible Login Experiences

Logins are critical to the digital world. We need them to keep the bad guys out of our stuff. This includes everything from our email, bank, social media, and e-commerce accounts. And that necessarily creates barriers, which can sometimes present accessibility issues. UX, engineering, and security professionals designing login systems have the difficult task of balancing ease of use with safeguards to keep bad actors out. Following accessibility principles and best practices, including new success criteria for accessible authentication in the brand new WCAG 2.2 release, can ensure that login systems don’t lock out people with disabilities.

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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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