100 Days of A11y

Day 19: ATAG, Part A

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The Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG) 2.0 have been fairly easy for me to read, so far. Having spent a significant amount of time studying WCAG, I'm noticing the similarities in principle, guidelines, and success criteria. All the more, it seems reasonable to expect web developers to assimilate ATAG into their mindset and workflow.

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Accessibility Pro Certified: To Be or Not To Be (24 Accessibility) is a timely article by Glenda Sims that answers the questions of "what is an accessibility professional?" and "how do I become one?" Perfect timing for me, as I've been wrestling with these questions myself, which pushed me to create this site and challenge. I could've used this insight a year ago when I did my first 100 Days of A11y challenge, which involved a more loose direction than I have now.