marcus.io · Quick overview of “What’s New In WCAG 2.2” explainer posts

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Sometimes it’s the best method of learning when different people with different teaching styles teach the same subject. Since Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.2 has landed just recently, and it is really important to get a grip regarding the testing of the new success criteria, here’s an overview of recommended and – in my opinion – valuable explainers by fellow members of the accessibility community:

Hidde de Vries

If you in a hurry and just want to gain a quick overview of what is new in

2.2
CARDINAL

, please head to

Hidde
PERSON

‘s blog.


Tetralogical
ORG

,

Patrick H. Laucke
PERSON

A self-proclaimed high-level overview of what WCAG

2.2
CARDINAL

brings and how it differs from older versions.

TGPi,

James Edwards
PERSON


James
PERSON

‘ deep dive into the new criteria and, most of all, how to test them was and is my go-to studying ressource about the topic: "

New Success Criteria
WORK_OF_ART

in WCAG

2.2
CARDINAL

".


W3C
ORG

‘s Web Accessibility Initiative

It would be silly not to mention the "official informative" resource about

WCAG
ORG

‘s new version: New in

2.2
CARDINAL

.

Update

2023-10-06
DATE

:

WCAG

2.2
CARDINAL

and conformant focus indicators,

Sara Soueidan
PERSON

In this article,

Sara
PERSON

does not describe the WCAG

2.2
CARDINAL

update as a whole, but

one
CARDINAL

aspect of it very thourougly: A guide to designing accessible, WCAG-conformant focus indicators

Update

2023-10-10
DATE

:


Intopia Videos
ORG

In their "WCAG 2.2 at a glance" series,

Intopia
ORG

puts a spotlight on single new success criteria in video form on their

YouTube
ORG

channel. Currently released:

LevelAccess

WCAG

2.2
CARDINAL

AA: Summary and Checklist for Website Owners is a short, but condensed overview of what WCAG

2.2
CARDINAL

brings and what conformance level is quoted in the majority of referencing laws and standards (it’s AA).

I plan to frequently update this listing post, please check again later.