To Hell with WCAG 2
23rd May 2006
Joe lets rip with the a review of the forthcoming WCAG 2.0 document
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WCAG 2.0 FAQs
WAI gathered a few frequently asked questions about Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 and provided answers in a WCAG 2 FAQ. [...]
WCAG Samurai again
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The WCAG Samurai is a group of developers, led by Joe Clark, that will publish corrections for, and extensions to, existing standards for Web accessib [...]
Is it time to cancel WCAG 2.0?
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WCAG Samurai Errata Released
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WCAG 2.0: Woeful to Wonderful in One Easy Draft?
Jack Pickard runs through the latest draft of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and finds the recent updates are a considerable improvement:[th [...]
Ten Questions for Gian Sampson Wild
Good interview which focusses on WCAG 2.0 and other accessibility related issues. [...]
Web 2.0: A step backwards for accessibility?
In 2004 the Disability Rights Commission (DRC) undertook a survey of over 1,000 UK websites and found just 19 percent managed to reach Level 'A' of WC [...]
Top 10 Ways to Fire the Client From Hell
Some interesting (and familiar-sounding) insight in this list of scenarios you may find yourself in if you work freelance or run your own business. [...]