Want to get up to running speed on the new WCAG 2.2 release? We’ll be providing more detail in future posts, but here are the quick facts from our Accessibility Team to get you started. General Facts WCAG 2.2 is scheduled to be published in September 2021. (Delayed from the previously anticipated July 2021 date.)… Continue Reading WCAG 2.2 Quick Facts
Smartphones and tablets have accessibility features that work with operating systems, making them easy for people with motor skill disabilities to use. Continue Reading Smartphones and Tablets: Helping The Motor Skill Disabled
Screen readers and magnifiers help people living with sight-related disabilities perform many essential tasks on computers, laptops and mobile devices.
Read WAI’s mobile accessibility guidelines. These guidelines will help website developers make their sites easier to access by people with all disabilities. Continue Reading Mobile Accessibility Guidelines
For many individuals who are visually impaired or blind like me, the iPhone (or similar smartphone) is a lifeline which is used for everyday tasks as well as for recreational purposes. Continue Reading Mobile Accessibility: Apps for the Blind and Visually Impaired
I manage WeCo’s social media accounts through my laptop with JAWS screen reader and my iPhone 5C with VoiceOver screen reader.