Sarah Horton, David Sloan
With digital accessibility, standards compliance is a fleeting illusion, like a rainbow. Insights We are accessibility consultants who engage with clients from all sectors, many of whom are focused on compliance audits and remediation of accessibility issues. We recognize the value of evaluation and repair of digital resources. We also know that an accessibility strategy defined by chasing compliance with technical standards is shortsighted and will likely end in failure. Standards compliance is rare, whether with Section 508, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, or with any other standard. Thorough evaluation of a website containing hundreds or thousands of…
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