WCAG2 doesn’t cover mobile accessibility very well, requiring that all content be accessible to a keyboard interface, but it does not require that all content be accessible to a touchscreen user.
WCAG2.1 does include some mobile accessibility requirements, but many think it doesn’t go far enough. Enter the Mobile Site Testing Guidelines, developed by a non-partisan group of accessibility companies. These guidelines are meant to be used with WCAG2 (and WCAG2.1) to ensure that sites are accessible to people with disabilities using mobile and tablet devices.
Speaker: Gian Wild