Featured: Closer to ready: WCAG 2.2 is at the Candidate Recommendation stage
“WCAG 2.2 will very likely be ready before the end of 2022. This will be considered a minor version update. If you are already familiar with WCAG 2.0 and/or 2.1, you probably have a number of questions. And we’ve got answers!”
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- W3C invites implementations of WCAG 2.2 (blog post - w3.org)
- What’s new in WCAG 2.2? (blog post - hidde.blog)
- What WCAG 2.2 means for native mobile accessibility (blog post - deque.com)
- Minimum focus appearance explained (blog post – tempertemper.com)
- E-Commerce accessibility: Specifying UI elements using “Names” (blog post – baymard.com)
- Draft note: W3C Accessibility Maturity Model (blog post - w3.org)
- The realities and myths of contrast and color (blog post - smashingmagazine.com)
- The pandemic’s influence on accessibility (video - youtube.com)
- Inclusion beats optimization (blog post - erikkroes.nl)
New to A11y?
Paul Hayes of Gov.uk dives into improving accessibility with accessibility acceptance criteria, a topic that could help you in a big way before any design or code work gets done. I like the tips in the post, especially the one steering you toward describing the outcome, not the solution.
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