Topic: wcag

W3C publishes new version of its web accessibility standard, WCAG 2.2

The W3C has announced the approval of the latest version of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), which is a set of recommendations that web developers should follow to make their websites more accessible.  WCAG 2.2 adds nine new success criteria. The first three are related to keyboard focus. There is a minimum and enhanced … continue reading

premium Why accessible experiments matter

For software development teams, moving fast is key. But so is the confidence that you’re building the right thing in the first place. To reduce uncertainty, product and engineering teams are running more experiments across websites, apps, and every level of the stack to gain valuable data and real user feedback, enabling them to deliver … continue reading Protection Status