Standards And Best Practices For Web Accessibility May Actually Discriminate Against People

—Chris Lona, principal designer with CLDesign.co explains why current “accessibility best practices” does not always mean “equal access”.

“Web access standards predicated on the W3C’s WCAG standards assume people have the ability/desire to acquire, install and learn assistive technology to use the web. They call it “equal access” and a “standard”. Those that do not have this ability/desire are left marginalized and isolated.”

-Chris Lona, CLDesign.co
Standards And "Best Practices"​ For Web Accessibility May Actually Discriminate Against People

Standards And “Best Practices”​ For Web Accessibility May Actually Discriminate Against People

How would you react if you knew that all of the organizations, initiatives and government programs relating to web/digital accessibility from the U.S.

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