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How new accessibility standard ISO 30071-1 helps developers

There’s a new international accessibility standard out – ISO 30071-1 – about embedding accessibility in your organisation and processes. So why should developers care? Aren’t the WCAG checkpoints for developers, and the new ISO for the product/project managers? Does it give developers any solutions for tricky accessibility challenges that they may face? Like how do they get the training they need to deliver accessibility; how to choose between WCAG 2.0 and 2.1; what requirements to use if they’re doing native apps; how to select code libraries that are accessible; what browser and assistive technologies they should test with, or should they just wait for an audit? Find out here…

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What’s new in Accessibility in 2019 – standards, authoring tools, frameworks and design thinking

In my final blog on advances in the Accessibility Ecosystem in 2019 I complete the picture, discussing advances in: disabled people’s awareness of, access to, and training in using assistive technologies (ATs); standards for developing software (websites and apps) to work with those ATs; updates in the accessibility of Content Management Systems & JavaScript frameworks; updates in the embedding of accessibility into design patterns and design thinking; and how new standards for embedding accessibility into team processes bring it all together. Check it out…

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