What WCAG 2.2 Means for Native Mobile Accessibility

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The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) have been the standard in digital accessibility for the world for around two decades. While it wasn’t created to specifically govern native mobile applications, many of the guidelines can be applied either directly or with some thoughtful interpretation. The W3C has recently published version 2.2 of WCAG which adds several new success criteria extending requirements for users with low vision, cognitive impairments, and limited fine motor skills. We’ll cover if and how each of them can be applied to native mobile applications, including guidance from a member of the WCAG2ICT Task Force.