E-Accessibility Standards for Web Designers and Developers

There are two key guidelines that address the important issues of authoring tools and user agents to support web design and content rendering. The Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG 2.0)[1] have two parts: the first focuses on creating authoring tools that are accessible for authors with disabilities, while the second focuses on developing authoring tools that help authors produce accessible content. The User Agent Accessibility Guidelines (UAAG) 2.0[2] guides developers in designing web content rendering applications, such as web browsers, audiovisual players and e-readers.