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Introducing a simple process and template for doing a11y testing — no WCAG knowledge needed.
Before you begin an accessibility audit, it’s important to know why you want your digital product to be accessible. Are you trying to comply with AODA or meet WCAG 2.0 standards? Maybe you’d like to create an accessible website in order to reach as many users as possible.
Know your digital accessibility goals and what standards you need to meet to achieve those goals so you have something to measure your digital product against.
It’s a good idea to have a list of any standards (most commonly WCAG 2.0 Level A and AA) readily available that you can reference as you work your way through the process.
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