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Digital Hospitality requires that we make projects that work as they are supposed to (if not better)!

We rely on Quality Assurance to find bugs or errors in our coding. We want to find errors before the client does.

QA Engineers: Your goal is to comb through the project looking for things that do not belong. If you cannot break it, then we know our project is ready!

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📚 Annotated List of Articles and Resources on Accessibility

TitleAuthorAddressResource LocationPublished byOur Thoughts
Accessibility Checklist: Design
Robin Magritte + Adrienne Travis
Internal
Cantilever (privately hosted, but publicly accessible)
The first iteration of a checklist that we used. It’s not fully up to date but useful to glance at and get a general idea of what we look for. To view the checklist, open the listing
Accessibility Checklist: Development
Robin Magritte + Adrienne Travis
Internal
Cantilever (privately hosted, but publicly accessible)
The first iteration of a checklist that we used. It’s not fully up to date but useful to glance at and get a general idea of what we look for. To view the checklist, open the listing
Accessibility Enhancements, Stage 1
Robin Magritte
Internal
Cantilever (private)
Cantilever’s growing history with accessibility
Going Beyond: WCAG Level AAA
Robin Magritte
Internal
Cantilever (private)
How can Cantilever do even better?
Looking Forward to WCAG 2.2
Robin Magritte
Internal
Cantilever (private)
Getting a head start on changes that WCAG is releasing
How to Meet WCAG (Quick Reference)
Web Accessibility Initiative
External
W3C
Helpful Resource
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1
Web Accessibility Initiative
External
W3C
This is THE LIST.
Your Interactive Makes Me Sick
Eileen Webb
External
Source
A first-person narrative of what experiencing the web can be like for a person with disabilities

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