The W3C did not gain fame as a source of easy reading. The complaints about the WCAG 2.0 draft being really hard to read have been flying through the air for weeks. Now the W3C has issued the WCAG 2.0 Quick Reference. It still seems complex, but perhaps this is a step in the direction of making sense of it all. After a swift glance through it, one of my worries is that the software the average designer uses to create web content makes complying with some of these guidelines difficult.
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