Accessibility testing: What’s new in WCAG 2.2

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Learn about vital changes to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

Web accessibility has never been more important. More than 1-in-5 UK customers have a disability and digital websites and applications are failing to meet their needs. Staggeringly, less than 1% of website homepages meet basic web accessibility standards.

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) help you ensure your website or application is accessible to everyone who uses it, no matter their disability or limitation. WCAG 2.2 was recently released, bringing important changes and improvements to the guidelines which you must now meet.

Hear from Charlotte Hayes, Ten10 Principal Consultant, as she shares:

  • Insights into the key changes in WCAG 2.2 and their implications
  • How these updates align with your current accessibility strategies
  • Actionable steps to enhance your digital properties for a more inclusive user experience
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Our Presenter

Charlotte Hayes is a Principal Consultant at Ten10, leading our web accessibility audits and has completed accessibility testing for several of our major clients.

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