lunes, 3 de mayo de 2021

Publicado "Making Content Usable for People with Cognitive and Learning Disabilities"

Las diferentes versiones de las Pautas de accesibilidad para el contenido web (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) no han sido muy exhaustivas en el tratamiento de la discapacidad cognitiva o intelectual. En los últimos años, el W3C lo ha intentado remediar con WCAG 2.1 y WCAG 2.2:

WCAG 2.1 was initiated with the goal to improve accessibility guidance for three major groups: users with cognitive or learning disabilities, users with low vision, and users with disabilities on mobile devices.

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WCAG 2.2 was initiated with the goal to continue the work of WCAG 2.1: Improving accessibility guidance for three major groups: users with cognitive or learning disabilities, users with low vision, and users with disabilities on mobile devices.

Además, el W3C acaba de publicar Making Content Usable for People with Cognitive and Learning Disabilities, que añade más consejos:

This document is for people who make web content (web pages) and web applications. It gives advice on how to make content usable for people with cognitive and learning disabilities. This includes, but is not limited to: cognitive disabilities, learning disabilities (LD), neurodiversity, intellectual disabilities, and specific learning disabilities.

This document has content about:

  • people with cognitive and learning disabilities,
  • aims and objectives for usable content,
  • design patterns (ways) to make content usable,
  • including users in design and testing activities, and
  • personas (examples) and user needs.

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