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“accessibility” Archive (4)

  1. HTML-Only Keyboard Shortcuts · · ,
  2. If We Can Make a Product Work for Anyone, It Usually Works Better for Everyone · ·
  3. How to Document Accessibility Issues · · ,
  4. Case: Accessibility in Software Development ·
  5. You’re Unselectable · ·
  6. There Are No Bad Questions in Accessibility ·
  7. The Web Is for Everyone: Our Vision for the Evolution of the Web · · , , , , ,
  8. The 5 Riders of Accessible Media · ·
  9. Spotlight: What Happens When a Project Team Shifts Accessibility Left? ·
  10. The Book on Accessibility · · ,
  11. Dynamically Generated Content and Accessibility: 3 Quick Tips · ·
  12. ADA Web Site Compliance Still Not a Thing · · ,
  13. Guidance on Web Accessibility and the ADA · ·
  14. 4 Accessibility Mistakes Plaguing Most Government Websites · ·
  15. The Impact That High Quality Mark-Up Can Have on Accessibility, Performance, and Discoverability · · , ,
  16. The Future of the Web and Accessibility · · ,
  17. A Designer’s Guide to Documenting Accessibility and User Interactions · · , ,
  18. Accessibility, Assistive Technology, and JavaScript · · ,
  19. Don’t Believe the Type! · · , , ,
  20. It Needs to Map Back to a Role · · , ,
  21. The Future of Web Accessibility: WCAG 3.0 · · ,
  22. Carousels: No One Likes You · · , ,
  23. Session Timeouts · ·
  24. The Importance of Screen Reader Software for Web Navigation · · , , ,
  25. Accessibility and Limited Fine Motor Skills ·
  26. How Many Hyperlinks Are Too Many for Accessibility? · ·
  27. Foundations: Headings · · , ,
  28. (Not So) Short Note on Being Owned · · ,
  29. Accessibility Checklist: Five Things Usually Left Out · ·
  30. Overlay Position and Recommendations · ·
  31. 4 Simple Ways to Improve Web Accessibility · ·
  32. Accessibility and Inclusivity in Practice · · ,
  33. 5 Accessibility Quick Wins You Can Implement Today ·
  34. Turning the Tables on Accessibility ·
  35. Support for Marking Radio Buttons Required, Invalid · ·
  36. Inclusive Design vs. Accessible Design: Understanding the Differences · · , ,
  37. Column Headers and Browser Support · · ,
  38. There Is No Character Limit for “Alt Text” · · ,
  39. What Is the Difference Between WCAG Compliance Level A, AA, and AAA? · · ,
  40. Foundations: Colour and Meaning · ·
  41. Colors That Make Sense · · ,
  42. WCAG 2.2 Update · ·
  43. Using the Language Attribute to Make Your Website Accessible · · ,
  44. Accessibility Monitoring: How We Test · · , ,
  45. Only 2% of Sites Meet Accessibility Standards—Let’s Change That ·
  46. Developing a Focus Style for a Themable Design System · · , ,
  47. Do We Need Screen Reader for Accessibility Testing · · , , ,
  48. Accessibility Testing Best Practices in CI/CD · · , ,
  49. How to Use the Accessibility Tree for A11Y Testing · · ,
  50. Are We Live? · ·
  51. Understanding the W3C’s Accessibility Conformance Testing (ACT) Requirements · · ,
  52. Foundations: Colour Contrast · · ,
  53. No Accessibility Without Disabilities · ·
  54. The Impact of Motion Animation on Cognitive Disability · · ,
  55. 8 Key Elements for Creating a Culture of Accessibility · ·
  56. Assistive Technology, Accessible Technology, and the Accessibility Tree · · , , ,
  57. Accessibly Insecure · ·
  58. 4 Questions to Ask Before Using ARIA · · , ,
  59. WCAG, but in Language I Can Understand · ·
  60. Top Ten Most Common Web Accessibility Issues ·
  61. Overview of Accessibility Testing Using DevTools · · , , , , ,
  62. Why Don’t Developers Take Accessibility Seriously? ·
  63. Foundations: Text Descriptions · ·
  64. More to Give Than Just the Div: Semantics and How to Get Them Right · · ,
  65. How to Check What Item Is in Focus When Accessibility Testing · · , ,
  66. Accessibility Acceptance Criteria · · , ,
  67. An Introduction to High Contrast Accessibility · · ,
  68. Quick Accessibility Tests Anyone Can Do · · ,
  69. Making IT Accessible for All! · ·
  70. The Real Added Costs of Accessibility · ·
  71. Accessibility Data Is Not the Enemy · ·
  72. Accessibility and 2022: 13 Design Trends from a Usability Perspective · · , ,
  73. Building an Accessible Digital World ·
  74. Web Accessibility Lawsuits Dramatically Rose in 2021 · · ,
  75. Foundations: Animations and Flashing Content · ·
  76. Alt Tag Emptiness · · , , ,
  77. Labeling the Point: Scenarios of Label Misuse in WCAG · · ,
  78. Accessible Heading Structure · · ,
  79. Five 2022 Accessibility Trends · ·
  80. A Contrast of Errors · · , ,
  81. WCAG and Accessibility: What Is a Statement of Partial Conformance? · · ,
  82. Web Accessibility Cheat Sheet · ·
  83. Introduction to Cognitive Disability and Accessibility Testing · · ,
  84. 5 Common Misconceptions About WAI-ARIA and Accessibility · · ,
  85. This Is WCAG · · , ,
  86. This Is WCAG 2.1 · · ,
  87. Why Motion on Websites and Digital Content Is a Problem ·
  88. Inaccessibility of CAPTCHA · ·
  89. CSS Can Help Improve Your HTML!? Buttons and Links · · , , ,
  90. Thoughts on Skin Tone and Text Descriptions · · ,
  91. Shifting the Mindset About Accessible Content · ·
  92. WCAG 2 Is What We Have · ·
  93. WCAG 2.2: What We Know Till Now · ·
  94. WCAG 3 Is Not Ready Yet · ·
  95. Standardizing Focus Styles With CSS Custom Properties · · , ,
  96. WCAG 3 and APCA · · , , ,
  97. Explainer for W3C Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 3.0 · ·
  98. How Many People With Disabilities Use Our Site? ·
  99. Why Color Contrast Is Not as Black and White as It Seems · · ,
  100. Understanding Accessibility · · ,
  101. Accessibility · ·
  102. Making Accessibility More Accessible ·
  103. Understanding WCAG 2.1 Level AAA · ·
  104. Adding a Dyslexia-Friendly Mode to a Website · ·
  105. Blog Page Accessibility Deep Dive · ·
  106. Communicating Accessibility as Needs to Be Met and Not Rules to Be Followed · ·
  107. Let’s Not Send Developers to the Accessibility Tree Tool · · ,
  108. WCAG 3.0: What You Need to Know About the Future of Accessibility Standards · · ,
  109. We Need to Talk About Accessibility—Again, and Again, and Then Some More ·
  110. Access to Tech, Tech to Live · ·
  111. Browsing With Screen Magnification · · ,
  112. Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Accessibility Tree · ·
  113. Debugging HTML: Accessibility · · ,
  114. Understanding the Differences Between WCAG 2.1 and WCAG 2.2 · · ,
  115. Name, Labels, ARIA, What to Do? · · ,
  116. What Are Accessible Fonts? · ·
  117. Accessible Toggles · · ,
  118. The Guideline Gap · · , ,
  119. Indecisive Skip Links and Their Targets—the Renaissance of the “<hr>” Element · · ,
  120. Make Your Design System Accessible—Color · · ,
  121. So, You Want an Accessibility Score? · ·
  122. If HTML and ARIA Don’t Allow It, It’s Probably a Bad Idea · · ,
  123. Why Accessibility Overlays on Your Website Can Make Things Worse · ·
  124. Switch Role Support · · ,
  125. Designing for Color Contrast: Guidelines for Accessibility · · , ,
  126. Respecting Users’ Motion Preferences · ·
  127. This Is the Way: A Phased Approach to Accessibility in the Development Lifecycle ·
  128. Disability: Let’s Say the Word · ·
  129. Fix Web Accessibility Systematically · ·
  130. What Svelte’s Accessibility Warnings Won’t Tell You · ·
  131. Landmarks · · ,
  132. What Constitutes a Digital Accessibility Audit · · ,
  133. Easy Read Is Hard to Get Right · ·
  134. A Tangled Web of ARIA · · ,
  135. Accessibility: A Gentle Introduction · ·
  136. Browsing With a Mobile Screen Reader · · , , , ,
  137. UX Accessibility: How to Start Designing for All · · ,
  138. How to Build an Expandable Accessible Gallery · · , ,
  139. Redundantly Redundant a11y Accessibility · ·
  140. Using JavaScript to Detect High Contrast and Dark Modes · · , ,
  141. Links, Missing “href” Attributes, and Over-Engineered Code · · ,
  142. Declaring Page Language—and Declaring Changes in Language · · ,
  143. Comparing Page Language Declaration Setups in Screen Readers · · , , , , ,
  144. Accessibility Isn’t New—and Neither Is Ableism ·
  145. Beware False Negatives ·
  146. One Last Time: Custom Styling Radio Buttons and Checkboxes · · ,
  147. Provide Pronunciation for Ambiguous Words · · ,
  148. Why Inequalities Can Appear in Digital Accessibility and Inclusive Design · · ,
  149. The New Requirements for WCAG 2.2 · ·
  150. Accessible Palette: Stop Using HSL for Color Systems · · , ,
  151. Notes on Synthetic Speech · ·
  152. Myths About Web Accessibility ·
  153. What Is Redundant Entry, and How Does It Affect Accessibility? · ·
  154. Subsets and Supersets of WCAG · ·
  155. 5 Steps for Writing Alt Text for Accessibility · · ,
  156. Using CSS 3 Overflow Properties to Make Containers Meet WCAG 2.1 · · ,
  157. Color and Universal Design · · ,
  158. Make Accessibility Part of Your Startup’s Products and Culture from Day One · ·
  159. The Effect of CSS on Screen Readers · · , , ,
  160. Getting Started With Web Accessibility Testing · · ,
  161. Color and Contrast, What Does It Mean? · · ,
  162. Understanding Target Size Under WCAG 2.2 and How It Affects People With Disabilities · ·
  163. Shifting Accessibility Testing to the Left · · ,
  164. Creating a Positive Culture Around Accessibility · ·
  165. Small Wins for Accessibility and Resilience · ·
  166. Named and Framed · ·
  167. What’s on the Menu? · ·
  168. Accessibility from the Ground Up ·
  169. Web Accessibility Checklist · · ,
  170. ARIA Spec for the Uninitiated · · ,
  171. Reviewing a Design for Accessibility · · ,
  172. A Guide to Designing Accessible, WCAG-Compliant Focus Indicators · · , , ,
  173. How to Test for Accessibility With Users at Every Design Stage · · ,
  174. Accessible Design Systems: Look Good While Doing Good · ·
  175. Accessible Contrast Ratios and A-Levels Explained · · ,
  176. A Guide to Accessible Digital UX Design · · , ,
  177. Writing Great Alt Text: Emotion Matters · · , ,
  178. Accessibility Testing With Storybook · · ,
  179. What Are Accessibility Overlays Good For? · ·
  180. Web Accessibility Myths: Debunking 7 Common Misconceptions ·
  181. A Deep Dive on Skipping to Content · · ,
  182. 101 Digital Accessibility Tips and Tricks · ·
  183. Chrome DevTools: Better Accessibility Inspection With the Source Order Viewer · · , , , ,
  184. Creating an Accessible Dialog from Scratch · ·
  185. How to Hand Off Accessible Designs to Developers? · · ,
  186. UX Principles That Include Cognitive Accessibility · · ,
  187. Takeaways from the 2021 State of Digital Accessibility Report · ·
  188. Accessible Design from the Get-Go ·
  189. It Is Time to Ditch the Title “Evangelist” from Accessibility ·
  190. Accessibility Strategy for Product Management · · ,
  191. What We Learned About Accessibility by Scanning More Than 2 Million Federal .gov Web Pages ·
  192. Why the WCAG Colour Contrast Ratio Doesn’t Always Seem to Work · · , ,
  193. The Accessibility Stalemate ·
  194. From a Colourblind Designer to the World: Please Stop Using Red and Green Together · ·
  195. Why Has User Experience Design Become Legal Experience Design? · · ,
  196. Accessibility of the “Section” Element · ·
  197. There’s No Such Thing as Fully Automated Web Accessibility · ·
  198. Content Accessibility Fact Sheet · ·
  199. An Unreasonably Long Introduction to ARIA (With Example Implementation) · · , , ,
  200. What People Should Know Before Writing Articles or Creating Products About Accessibility · ·
  201. Image Descriptions: A Human Technique That Robots Can’t Grasp · ·
  202. The Document Outline · ·
  203. Making a Strong Case for Accessibility ·
  204. Creating Accessible CSS Art · · ,
  205. ARIA in HTML · · ,
  206. Five Ways to Include D/Deaf Users in Your Designs · ·
  207. Accessibility and Inclusivity: Distinctions in Experience Design · · ,
  208. Short Note on Skip Links With Sticky Headers · · ,
  209. Evaluating Color and Contrast—How Hard Can It Be? · · ,
  210. Accessibility and SEO · · ,
  211. Screen Readers: Hearing the Unseen · · , ,
  212. Using CSS to Enforce Accessibility · ·
  213. Accessibility in React · ·
  214. A Complete Guide to Accessibility Tooling · · ,
  215. Everyday Accessibility ·
  216. When CSS Isn’t Enough: JavaScript Requirements for Accessible Components · · ,
  217. An Accessibility Strategy · ·
  218. Accessible Overflow · · ,
  219. A Little Book of Accessibility ·
  220. Why Accessibility Overlays Hurt More Than Help · ·
  221. The Hidden World of “aria-hidden” · ·
  222. Disabling a Link · · ,
  223. Accessible Web Forms · · ,
  224. Access Guide · · ,
  225. A11y Audit Bookmarklets · · , ,
  226. We Need to Talk About WCAG · ·
  227. Making Disabled Buttons More Inclusive · ·
  228. Overreliance on Overlays Is Counter to Enculturation of Accessibility · ·
  229. Auditing Design Systems for Accessibility · · , ,
  230. Fifteen Design Trends from an Accessibility Perspective · · ,
  231. Top 7 Facts About Web Content Accessibility Guidelines WCAG 2.2 You Must Know · ·
  232. Understanding Logical Focus Order · · ,
  233. Building an Accessibility Library · ·
  234. Defining a Strategy for Accessibility · ·
  235. Sentence Case versus Title Case · · ,
  236. 5 Things I’m Thinking About When I Check a Pull Request for Accessibility · ·
  237. Why Skip-Links Are Important for Accessibility · ·
  238. “prefers-reduced-motion”: Taking a No-Motion-First Approach to Animations · · ,
  239. Why Your Website Should Work Without JavaScript · · , ,
  240. Introduction to ARIA Live Regions · · , ,
  241. Automating the Accessibility Tests of Your Source Code With GitHub Actions · · , ,
  242. How to Test the Accessibility of Your Components With Storybook · · , ,
  243. Seven Myths About Alt Text · ·
  244. Accessibility · ·
  245. Alt vs. Figcaption · · ,
  246. Know Your Standards · · , , , ,
  247. Best Practices for Inclusive Textual Websites · · , ,
  248. Touch, Point, Click: Mouse vs. Touch Screen Input · · ,
  249. An Opinionated Guide to Accessibility Testing · · ,
  250. Micro-Note on “aria-roledescription” · ·