WCAG of the Day
What is this?
It's like those "Word of the Day" email services, but for the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) instead. Each day it sends out a short summary of a different success criterion.
You can check out this email's contents in your browser. To switch the success criterion, change the last 3 numbers in the URL accordingly.
Why was it made?
I found (and still find) WCAG kind of hard to read and understand. This made me avoid trying to read it for myself.
To help keep myself engaged in trying to understand WCAG, I made this. Starting with a short email each day was a lot less daunting to me.
How do I sign up?
This process will include a CAPTCHA. If that would be a blocker for you, please contact me using one of the below options. I will manually sign you up instead.
- Go to the sign up page
- Submit your email address
- Verify it's yours via the confirmation email sent from "WCAG of the Day"
- At a little after 11:00 AM UTC, search for another email from "WCAG of the Day"
How can I give feedback?
You've got a few options:
- Reply to one of the daily emails
- Tweet at or message me on Twitter
- Chat or message me on Reddit
- Write up an issue on the GitHub issues page
Why the Halloween theme?
I co-opted some of the WCAG website's styles and then inverted the colors. I figured that would result in something intriguing yet accessible. Orange is also my favorite color so there's that too.
Do you have an accessibility statement?
You're looking at it. This applies to both this website and the service.
If you run into any accessibility hurdles with either, please contact me through one of the above feedback options.
I aim to treat them like I would any equivalent able-only issues.