Two new versions of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are on their way. Here’s a look at the differences between WCAG 2.2 and 3.0.
Writing effective marketing emails can be difficult, but an accessible mindset can help. These tips can help you create more accessible newsletters.
The EU Web Accessibility Directive standardizes the best practices of digital accessibility. Here’s an overview of how the regulation works.
Keyboard traps can prevent people from using your website comfortably and drive users away. Here’s why keyboard accessibility is a crucial concern.
A web accessibility policy establishes an organization’s goals and processes for creating better content. Here are a few tips for getting started.
To accommodate students with disabilities, higher education websites need to pay attention to accessibility. Here’s a look at several common issues.
To measure the success of your website’s accessibility improvements, you’ll need to set clear goals and track your progress. The WCAG framework can help.
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