Whether you're a professional web developer or an independent media creator, making sure your content is accessible to those with visual, auditory, and cognitive disabilities has major benefits for audience reach, ROI, and content engagement.
What’s more, compliance with WCAG standards ensures that your content is not susceptible to legal issues that can arise from accessibility-related failures. This means that you can create a more inclusive and accessible environment while protecting your organization from costly financial issues in the future.
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- Outline of the New Changes in WCAG 3.0
- Comparison of WCAG 2.0 and 3.0
- Glossary of Key Web Accessibility Terms
- Relevant User Needs and Experiences
- How to Implement a Robust Captioning and Transcription Strategy
- Testing and Scoring Changes: Atomic vs. Holistic Tests
- Conformance Levels Explained
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