In the US, the dream is over for commercial firms: now most public websites must comply with web accessibility guidelines. How strange. Once upon a time we thought that WCAG 2.0 and Section 508 applied solely to government agencies...
We got a great message from Google AdWords today. (How can that be? I hear you say.)
It was clear. It was simple. And it was all about being clear and simple. It applies to new policies that will be launched around September of this year.
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Your website design could be triggering migraine attacks.
Is this a trivial issue? Should you care?
There's heaps of information about designing accessible web sites for people with disabilities, because for government agencies in many countries, this is mandatory.
WCAG 2.0 sets guidelines that prevent web sites from starting an epilectic seizure.
But I haven't seen anything in WCAG 2.0 about migraine sufferers, so I'm speaking up on their behalf.