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Cognitive Accessibility in W3C Standards
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) includes requirements that address cognitive accessibility. Among the success criteria that cover barriers related to cognition are 1.3 Adaptable, 1.4 Distinguishable, and 2.2 Enough Time.
UX Quick Tips for Designers
We collaborated with experienced designers to come up with these top five User Experience (UX) digital accessibility tips. Among the tips are the importance of tabbing through in a logical order and designing forms with clear labeling.
UI Quick Tips for Designers
We collaborated with experienced designers to come up with these five top User Interface (UI) digital accessibility issues and solutions. Tips include designing clear focus indicators and how to avoid one of the most common accessibility errors–low contrast text.
WCAG Quick Tips for Developers
Keyboard-only accessibility, helping users avoid (and correct) mistakes, and writing code that adapts to users’ needs are just a few of the key areas that developers focus on to ensure accessibility of websites and other digital assets. Read this tip sheet for more developer-focused guidance.