Content creators have an overarching objective: Coming up with eye-grabbing, attention-stealing content that entices and informs their website visitors.
Something that tends to be overlooked is making sure that their published content is fully accessible according to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). From the readability of written content to the formatting of images, tables, and other multimedia components, achieving accessibility can seem daunting to creators who are far removed from web development or HTML coding.
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Ensuring that your website is ADA compliant on desktop computers accounts for only one piece of the puzzle. With mobile devices garnering more than half of all web traffic worldwide, improving your site for mobile accessibility is nonnegotiable. All users deserve the same level of access to your sites and mobile apps and a wave of ADA lawsuits over the past year makes this even more urgent.
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Joseph R. Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States on January 20, 2021 at noon, US Eastern Time. It is safe to say that regardless of where you stand on the political spectrum, the Biden Presidency is definitely going to be very different from his predecessor’s. One key area that I anticipate to see major differences is in accessibility.
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As I’ve so often said: Audits and tools don’t solve accessibility problems, training does. This is because while audits and tooling are very capable of finding your current issues, training will help you solve those problems while avoiding new ones.
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