WCAGWeb Content Accessibility Guidelines
WCAGWashington Contract Attorneys' Group
WCAGWeb Content Authoring Guideline
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The WCAG 2.0 Level AA, for example, contains hundreds of pages of suggestions, many of which are open to interpretation.
The WCAG delineates three different levels of compliance: A, AA and AAA.
"The ADA doesn't require conformance to WCAG 2.0, but many businesses are working to do so as a measure of risk avoidance and because WCAG 2.0 AA standards are generally accepted to be the standard that affords maximum accessibility yet is still attainable," says Kristina Launey, attorney with Seyfarth Shaw LLP.
Unlike many other standards, WCAG 2.1 is easy to understand.
For the learners at our institutions, this means we must ensure that all customer-facing applications conform to the WCAG standard wherever possible, and make documentation about that conformance publicly available.
WCAG is a set of documents that explains, through guidelines and recommendations, how to make web content accessible to people with disabilities.
In 2010, the DOJ published an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking titled Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability; Accessibility of \ Veb Information and Services of Stale and Local Government Entities and Public Accommodations to begin soliciting comments to help shape the rulemaking process, which has been heavily influenced by the WCAG 2.0.
La W3C, basada en los siete principios de diseno Universal, propone cuatro pautas en las que se categorizan los niveles de accesibilidad y usabilidad, los lineamientos de la iniciativa WCAG establecen los protocolos para diseno inclusivo: perceptible, operable, comprensible y robusto.
The information systems department of the Ministry of Interior (MoI) has obtained the Access Certified Award from Qatar Assistive Technology Centre (Mada) for applying the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 AA (WCAG 2.0 AA), which aim to ensure that websites have accessible features for people with disabilities.
Developed by the World Wide Web Consortium, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) have been adopted as part of the web accessibility policies on college and university campuses (Chisholm, Vanderheiden, & Jacobs, 1999).
O documento de base, neste caso, e a cartilha eMag: Modelo de Acessibilidade em e-gov (Brasil, 2011), atualmente na versao 3.0, elaborada pelo Departamento de e-gov, vinculado a Secretaria de Logistica e Tecnologia da Informacao do Ministerio do Planejamento, Orcamento e Gestao e que foi desenvolvida tendo por base os padroes de acessibilidade da W3C (WCAG versoes 1.0 e 2.0).