Your central source for information and resources on digital accessibility and WCAG conformance is your essential online resource for understanding and applying the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), advancing web accessibility and improving your users’ experience. You’ll find up-to-date, reliable resources related to accessible design, coding and content. You’ll also learn about actions you can take right away to fix common accessibility barriers for people with disabilities and tips for avoiding them in the future.

Start your digital accessibility journey by reading our guide, “WCAG-101,” and learn more about how WCAG applies to you by selecting your role below.

Editor’s Picks

Keyboard Focus Best Practices

Source > California State University at Northridge

Prepare for WCAG 2.2 and Beyond

Source > Level Access

Making Events Accessible

Source > W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative

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An accessible website begins with an accessible design. Considerations such as how and when to use color, color contrast, and the style of links impacts whether a user can properly interact with your content.


Developers play a key role in making a website accessible because many accessibility requirements are technical and within the code itself. The goal is to incorporate accessibility standards as soon as you begin writing code


Accessibility considerations don’t begin with design and end with code. Authors – or content creators – can significantly impact the accessibility and usability of websites and other digital assets.


Information to help you better understand the WCAG success criteria and how they apply to your organization’s website and other digital assets.