According to the CDC, approximately 1 in 4 adults is diagnosed with some sort of disability. So, it’s no surprise that there is legislature and standards for accessibility in the workplace. In addition to the laws that require your physical workspace to be accessible for those who are physically disabled, there also exist corresponding rules for your digital workspace.WCAG or Web Content Accessibility Guidelines include a series of standards and definitions to cover individual site viewers with disabilities that range from blindness or deafness to hyperactivity disorder, dyslexia, repetitive stress injury, or conditions such as Down’s syndrome.
- What are the WCAG and how do they impact my digital workplace?
- Why is accessibility important?
- How to achieve digital workplace accessibility