People with hearing, sight, or cognitive disabilities are often unable to access digital content. So, in order to ensure that every person can easily access computer devices and websites, the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) has developed technical specifications, guidelines, and supporting resources that describe accessibility solutions.
The WCAG 2.1 guidelines have been put in place to ensure that people have access to the web irrespective of any disability, and these guidelines are considered to be global standards for web accessibility. We have put together a white paper to help you understand the latest updates in the guidelines and also provide information on how it impacts the user.
This white paper will give you insights on: