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WCAG 2.2 Update

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Course Overview:

Gain a general understanding and learn how to interpret the new WCAG 2.2 success criteria, so you can apply them to build accessibility into your design, coding, and testing workflows. Learn to test implementations using browser tools, visual inspection, and assistive technology.

Learning Objectives

  • Roles and responsibilities

    Learn how your team can efficiently and effectively meet the guidelines.
  • New success criteria

    Learn about the new criteria and how they fit in with the previous standards.
  • Design considerations

    Learn how to design focus indicators, inputs, buttons, and other targets to meet the new criteria.
  • Structure & navigation

    Learn best practices for page structure and navigation based on the new criteria.


This training is primarily intended for digital (web) designers and user experience practitioners, authors, writers and content creators, as well as developers, and QA testers. Participants should have previously attended Accessible Coding & Development and Inclusive Design for Web training sessions.

Time estimate:

This training typically takes two hours.

Frequently Asked Questions

We’re here to help you achieve better digital accessibility. If you can’t find an answer you need, please contact us.


Our team makes training recommendations based on your unique needs and project timeline. We incorporate training strategically, weaving sessions into your project, so that your teams have the skills they need when they need them, making an immediate impact. Building skills in-house throughout our engagement sets you up for continued success.

As many as you’d like! We don’t limit participants, because as educators, our goal is to build your organization’s skills. We open up our training to your entire team, so you have the help you need to sustain accessibility across your organization.

Of course you can! As you train with us, you can develop your own internal training library, which can serve as a resource for your current and future employees.

Yes, we can work with your vendor! We recommend training be provided in the most accessible format possible and will work directly with your caption provider to implement. If you don’t have a caption provider, we can make recommendations.

Talk to an expert about your accessibility needs.

We’re excited to partner with you to help your organization reach, engage and serve more people, more fully.
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