Web Accessibility

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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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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All I Want for GAAD

Awareness is important but on this Global Accessibility Awareness Day, we are wishing for bigger changes to reduce friction, reduce costs, and create better markets and incentives for accessibility.

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