The International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP) is dedicated to the concept of accessibility for all participants. We recognize that our work promoting the development of an accessibility profession can never be complete unless all people can engage in education, networking and certification opportunities. We will work both to deliver accessible information and services and to continually improve in areas where new accessibility barriers are identified.
Meeting accessibility standards is one important aspect of achieving our goal. The W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 – also known as ISO/IEC 40500:2012 – is the best-known international standard for accessibility and is being adopted into policy by countries and organizations around the world. The IAAP targets WCAG 2.0 AA to guide our efforts in delivering accessible content.
Your feedback is helpful in identifying issues in our site, and we request that you let us know if you notice any issues. In return, we pledge to promptly acknowledge your feedback and provide an expected date for the issue to be addressed.
Release notes for the iAAP Website and Member Application:
- The IAAP Site is designed for modern browsers. Please use Firefox v27 or IE v11 when browsing this site.
- Users of VoiceOver may not be provided the cue that the link contains an attached list of items.
- Users of Windows OnScreen Keyboard may notice that a menu does not close when the user tabs out of the menu; the user must open another menu in order to close the previous menu.
Users of NVDA versions earlier than 2014.1, on IE, may not hear which fields in signup forms are required fields. Users of NVDA 2014.1 on IE will hear these required fields, as would users of any version of NVDA on Firefox.
Volunteers Needed for Accessibility Task ForceIAAP is looking for volunteers to provide technical assistance answering general questions about the IAAP website and other IAAP technology platforms.
If you are interested, please send us an email to email@example.com. We anticipate the time commitment to be one or two hours a month, or less.
What will make our profession strong is having you as a member. Regardless of your knowledge level in accessibility, we all play a role in growing this profession. Help guide us to being a great professional association serving our diverse needs.