The Future of WCAG: Introduction to WCAG 3.0

Learn about limitations in the current WCAG guidelines and goals, direction, and tentative timelines for future guidelines.

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ADA Compliance: How Do You Test for Effective Communication?

This post outlines a series of tests you can perform to determine if a system provides effective communication for people with disabilities.

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ADA Compliance: How Do You Test Full and Equal Access for a Website?

An overview of the two core questions we seek to answer to determine if a site provides full and equal access for users with disabilities.

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ADA Compliance: What’s Covered? What’s Not?

An overview of which sections of a website are covered under ADA Title III requirements and which most likely are not.

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ADA Compliance: How Does the ADA Apply to a Website?

This is post #16 in the ADA Compliance Series, which aims to outline a structure for validating and justifying a claim of “ADA compliance” for.

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ADA Compliance: What About Privacy Implications?

An overview of the implications of inaccessible terms of use and privacy banners on a website.

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ADA Compliance: Is a Specific Level of Technical Compliance Required?

There’s much debate about WCAG 2.0 or 2.1 compliance being “the standard” for website accessibility. Learn the two things we’ve seen in lawsuits in terms of technical compliance for a targeted site.

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ADA Compliance: What Policies, Procedures, and Practices are Required?

The primary request in most ADA lawsuits is for injunctive relief from the court to force the defendant to change their corporate policies, practices, and procedures to ensure their websites are accessible.

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ADA Compliance: What’s the Breakdown of a Claim in an ADA Lawsuit?

An overview of common claims we see in ADA lawsuits pertaining to web site accessibility.

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ADA Compliance: What Do We See In Lawsuits?

An overview of digital accessibility lawsuits under the ADA – what they’re alleging and what they’re asking for.

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