A presentation at Technica11y by Hidde de Vries
Your CMS plays a decisive part in creating accessible content, suggest the Authoring Tools Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG). Whenever a content designer creates content, the CMS could help with the accessibility of it. For instance, when a designer drops in an image, the CMS could point to the ideal text alternative or calculate the consequences for color contrast.
In this talk, you will learn more about what ATAG is and how, with ATAG in mind, CMSes can personally assist content editors on their way to a more accessible website.
The following resources were mentioned during the presentation or are useful additional information.
Information about all things accessibility: planning, designing, developing, testing, advocating , training and more…
The Authoring Tools Accessibility Guidelines
Examples, rationale and intent for the success criteria of ATAG 2.0.
Authoring Tools List (prototype, dummy data)