This Wiki page is edited by participants of the Cognitive and Learning Disabilities Accessibility Task Force. It does not necessarily represent consensus and it may have incorrect information or information that is not supported by other Task Force participants, WAI, or W3C. It may also have some very useful information.

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Welcome to the WIKI for the Cognitive and Learning Disabilities Accessibility Task Force (COGA)

We are trying to improve Web Accessibility for people with learning and cognitive disabilities.

See our key links to make content usable for people with cognitive and learning disabilities:

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    Making content usable for people with cognitive and learning disabilities. - Full guidance for designers, content developers, policymakers etc. Includeds design guide, persona, user needs, user testing and more.
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    Getting started. Do you have urgent or essential content that needs to be published yesterday? This should help you get started to make sure everyone can use it.
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    “ten tips”. Top ten tips for making content useable by people with age-appropriate forgetfulness, and cognitive and learning disabilities! For designers.
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    Developer resources. This page is for researchers, designers, developers, and content authors. It may be useful at any point in the research and development lifecycle.

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We would love to hear your comments. To comment you can:

Task force members - work and planing

See the PlanningPage for details out our plans, [priorities] , work, and timelines.

More useful documents

We are working on documents for research, planning technology for more inclusion, and content with practical advice on what to do You can find more work at our Key Documents page

Background Research Documents

This is background level research about the issues and challenges. It is useful for reaserchers, policy makers and people wanting more information:

We have also used the research from Research sources

Gap analysis

This is for W3C groups and standard makers looking to understand where the issues lay and how technology could help.

See road map and gap analysis, (doc). It contains:

  • Summary of issues
  • Summary of techniques
  • Roadmap - Tables of user needs and how tech and standards could help
  • We may add challenges from the research module above.

Key team wiki pages


For more information on our work see our home page, our public email list or our work statement.