The spec, officially known as the Website Content Accessibility Guidelines or WCAG, were developed by the world wide web consortium (W3C), with the goal of creating precise standards for designers to help them create websites that are fully accessible to people with a range of disabilities.
Put another way, this group wanted to provide creative professionals with clear steps and guidance so that you know how to ‘design for inclusion.’ To do that, the group laid out a series of hierarchical instructions, organized by principle, guidelines and sub-guidelines (i.e. guidelines for meeting the three levels of compliance) that are fleshed out with techniques for achieving the desired results.
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