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A Web for Everyone by Whitney Quesenbery, Sarah Horton

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APPENDIX B

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WCAG 2.0 Cross-Reference

The accessible UX principles and guidelines in this book are organized around the user experience and how the design and coding of a website supports users.

In this section, we have matched our accessible UX principles and guidelines with the guidelines and detailed requirements (called success criteria) in WCAG 2.0 so that you can see the technical requirements for accessibility that support accessible design. Where there is no corresponding WCAG requirement, we provide other helpful resources. Some WCAG 2.0 criteria match more than one accessible UX guideline, showing how different UX specialists share responsibility ...

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