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Check Web Accessibility Off Your List

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Nearly 1 in 5 Americans live with some kind of disability – ranging from age-related to life-long disorders – that affect how these users interact with the web. Using ADA Section 508 and WCAG 2.1 standards, The C2 Group has developed three checklists with best practices for accessible content, design, and coding to make digital experiences enjoyable for all users.

These checklists are intended for digital teams as they evaluate and audit their digital assets to meet accessibility compliance.

*U.S. Census data

Developer
Checklist

Code is the language and interpreter of your site! With developing and maintaining code comes the responsibility of understanding best practices for accessible HTML and CSS to support users who rely on assistive technologies.

Use this checklist if you're a...

  • Front-End Developer
  • Back-End Developer
  • Business Analyst
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Content Editor
Checklist

Content is the greatest differentiator for your brand! With creating and managing digital content comes the responsibility of understanding best practices to making content accessible to users of all abilities and disabilities.

Use this checklist if you're a...

  • Content Editor
  • Marketing Manager
  • Site Administrator
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Designer
Checklist

Design is the visual and functioning forces within your site that enhance users’ experiences. With designing a site comes the responsibility of understanding the best practices for responsive design and usability.

Use this checklist if you're a...

  • UX Designer
  • Front-End Developer
  • Graphic Designer
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