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Par Adrian Roselli

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The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, or WCAG, can be a bit of a quagmire (hence this talk title) for those who do not work in it every day. The language is difficult, the examples may not match what you are doing, and the solutions are unclear. Once developers and designers fold in their own preferences and expectations, getting everyone to agree on even one rule can get tricky. And, for fun, add the known loopholes, shifting definitions, and gaps, and performing a WCAG review can feel like you are lost in a dark bog in the middle of the night. This talk explores some of these issues and tries to help with a way out.

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