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