I continue to keep tabs on the WCAG Working Group. You can expect further omnibus postings on what our dear friends have been up to, but for the time being take a look at something big: New documents on WCAG 2 activity on cognitive disability, including an invitation to a teleconference on the subject (complete with Microsoft Word attachments, which I have HTMLified – a case of WCAG Working Group cochair Gregg Vanderheiden’s inability to produce the accessible Web content his guidelines would require).

I’m sure many of my readers would appreciate being included in that phone call, and that many more of them will be interested in reading these documents, provided for review and criticism.

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