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WAVE 3.1 Release
Posted on Wednesday September 23, 2020

Version 3.1 of the various WAVE web accessibility evaluation tools has been released. These updates are now available in the online WAVE tool, the Chrome and Firefox extensions, the WAVE subscription API and stand-alone API, and the WAVE Runner reporting service. These updates are also available in the Pope Tech enterprise accessibility testing and reporting […]

WCAG 2.2 Overview and Feedback
Posted on Monday August 31, 2020

A working draft of version 2.2 of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) has been published for feedback. WebAIM is thrilled to see the work on these formative guidelines continuing and we appreciate the efforts of the W3C’s Accessibility Guidelines working group. Below are WebAIM’s plain language summaries of each of the new proposed success […]

Anniversaries Celebrated
Posted on Monday July 27, 2020

Sunday, July 26, 2020 marked the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. During WebAIM’s 20th anniversary year, we take this opportunity to cherish this landmark legislation which codified equal opportunity and protections for those with disabilities. For many, it is difficult to recall the reality of life before the ADA. Concepts like “self-determination”, […]

WAVE Webinar and Intro Video
Posted on Wednesday April 29, 2020

We’re excited about the work that continues on the WAVE web accessibility evaluation tool in WebAIM’s 20th year. In the last year we launched a new visual design, including new icons and functionality, for the online WAVE service and Chrome and Firefox extension. We released new functionality for the WAVE API and significant new updates […]

WebAIM Million – One Year Update
Posted on Wednesday April 01, 2020

WebAIM has conducted an updated analysis of the home pages for the world’s top one million web sites. The results reveal the current state of web accessibility and spotlight the greatest opportunities for improvement. As WebAIM celebrates its 20th year, we hope this information will prompt positive change. For details, see the full WebAIM Million […]


We should celebrate neurodiversity – the world would be poorer and life duller if we were all the same.
Neil Milliken Head of Accessibility & Inclusion, Atos
The only disability is when people cannot see human potential.
Debra Ruh Ruh Global Communications
When speaking of disabilities, the blind and their needs are most often used as an example. It is deceivingly simplistic since accessibility is something most of the population can benefit from.
Marcus Österberg Author: Web strategy for everyone.

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