Join Level Access Chief Accessibility Officer Jonathan Avila as he gives an update on WCAG 3.0.
The W3C Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 3.0—the planned successor to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2—is currently in development by the W3C’s Accessibility Guidelines Working Group.
Code-named “Silver,” the new guidelines may have a broader scope than WCAG 2, extending beyond web content to include content authoring, authoring tools, user agents, and assistive technology support. The guidelines will continue to expand on support for a broad range of disability needs with additional input from the Cognitive Accessibility Task Force.
Sending a demand letter is often the first step that a person with a disability takes to compel an organization to make its website or mobile app accessible and barrier free. Fortunately, most cases never make it to court, with negotiations resulting in a structured settlement agreement,
In this on-demand webinar, CEO Tim Springer discusses:
- What’s happening in web accessibility lawsuits now, and how COVID-19 is changing the legal landscape
- ADA Demand Letters – who’s sending them, what triggers them, and how they work (including excerpts from actual letters for websites and mobile apps)
- Practical steps you can take now to avoid receiving one and how to tie that into your overall compliance strategy