The ABCs of WCAG... and why it matters

May 23, 2016 Samantha Post

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The ABCs of Web Accessibility that can save you money and reduce the risk of getting sued

The internet has transformed the way we work, live and play. And while digital accessibility has improved, people with vision, hearing, cognitive and physical impairments are often not able to access websites and apps fully and easily. Legislation such as the ADA in the US and the Equality Act in the UK regulate equal access, while the W3C created WCAG to set a technical standard for web accessibility. With lawsuits targeting web accessibility on the rise, every Digital Marketer, eCommerce and Customer Experience leader should be familiar with the ABCs of web accessibility.

View our webinar to learn:

  • A high-level overview of the essentials of web accessibility every executive should know
  • Four WCAG2 principles and examples of correct/incorrect applications
  • Actionable steps to address accessibility issues

Register here to view our webinar on Web Accessibility.

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