August 21, 2014

New Draft Document From W3C: “Easy Checks – A First Review of Web Accessibility” Checklist

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From WC3:

The Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG) invites comments on a new draft document: Easy Checks – A First Review of Web Accessibility.

Easy Checks helps you assess if a Web page addresses accessibility. It provides simple steps for anyone who can use the Web; no accessibility knowledge or skill is required. The checks cover just a few accessibility issues and are designed to be quick and easy, rather than definitive.

Direct to Easy Checks Draft

Direct to WC3 Web Accessibility Initiative Home Page

But wait there is more from WC3…

For Mobile…

Mobile Accessibility Examples: Implementing UAAG 2.0 Updated

One aspect of mobile accessibility is how web browsers on mobile devices support the accessibility needs of people with disabilities. Accessibility of web browsers is covered in User Agent Accessibility Guidelines (UAAG). Mobile Accessibility Examples from UAAG is a new page that shows examples of how web browsers that follow UAAG benefit people with disabilities using the Web on mobile devices.

Direct to WC3 Mobile Accessibility Home Page

 

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