Who Developed WCAG?
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an international community where member organizations, staff, and the public work together to develop inclusive web standards. The Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI), a part of W3C, is the foremost expert on web accessibility.
What WCAG Standards Exist Now?
The latest Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) standards developed are WCAG 2.1. The WAI is always working diligently on ensuring WCAG standards are at their peak level of inclusivity. As they update their standards, Digital Mountaineers ensures that all web accessibility projects meet them completely.
How is WCAG Compliance Determined?
WCAG standards are categorized into three levels: A, AA, AAA (the highest standard being Level AAA). Below, we have explained each level and outlined what type of entity would seek that value of WCAG compliance.