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“accessibility” Archive (4)

  1. Accessibility and Supporting Internet Explorer (by/via) · · , , ,
  2. Does Accessibility Stifle the Creative Process? (via) · · ,
  3. Mac VoiceOver Testing the Simple Way (by/via) · · , , , , ,
  4. Bring Focus to the First Form Field With an Error (by) · · ,
  5. Prepare for WCAG 2.2 and Beyond (by/via) · · , ,
  6. Inclusion Beats Optimization (by) · · ,
  7. Outline Is Your Friend (by) · ·
  8. Introduction to Screen Readers (Desktop Edition) (by+/via) · · , , , , ,
  9. Accessible User Experience and A/B Testing · · , ,
  10. Check Heading Accessibility Using the WAVE Tool (via) · · , , , ,
  11. Building Accessible Select Components in React (by/via) · · , ,
  12. Automation and Accessibility—What You Need to Know (by) · · ,
  13. Results of Quick Testing of Documentation Tools’ Accessibility (by) · · ,
  14. SEO Links Obfuscation and Accessibility Problems (by) · · , ,
  15. Brief Note on Calendar Tables (by) · · ,
  16. Accessibility Is Writing (by) · ·
  17. AI-Generated Images From AI-Generated Alt Text (by) · · , ,
  18. 5 Heading Accessibility Issues and How to Fix Them (via) · · ,
  19. What Are Best Practices for Creating Alt Text? (via) · · , ,
  20. One Year of Coding—Recommendations for Beginners From a Beginner (by/via) · · ,
  21. Underengineer Your Websites (by/via) · · ,
  22. Abbreviations Suck (by) · ·
  23. UX Principles That Include Cognitive Accessibility (by) · · ,
  24. The 10 Affirmations of Good Digital Accessibility (via) ·
  25. Speaking Up and Speaking Out: Tactical Communication in Accessibility (by/via) · ·
  26. #ADA32: The ADA Has Applied to Digital for Decades (by) · ·
  27. Definitive Guide to CAPTCHA Accessibility (via) · · ,
  28. With “:focus-visible”, You Can Have Focus Styles When It Makes Sense (by) · · , , ,
  29. Roundup of Recent Document Outline Chatter (by/via) · · ,
  30. Where’s the Fun in Accessibility? (by/via) · ·
  31. Research Insight: Accessibility of Images (by/via) · · , ,
  32. Expert Tips for Color Accessibility on the Web (via) · · ,
  33. Subheadings, Subtitles, Alternative Titles, and Taglines in HTML (by/via) · · , ,
  34. Abbreviations Can Be Problematic (by) · ·
  35. What Is WAI? The Web Accessibility Initiative (via) ·
  36. Use Firefox for Accessibility Testing (by/via) · · , , ,
  37. Welcome to the Dark Side (by) · · ,
  38. What Does x% of Issues Mean? (by) · ·
  39. 7 Quick Facts About WCAG 2.2 (via) · · ,
  40. The Hidden History of Screen Readers (by/via) · · , , ,
  41. Web Accessibility Laws and Policies (by) · · , ,
  42. What Is the Best Way to Mark Up an Exclusive Button Group? (by) · · , ,
  43. Perceived Affordances and the Functionality Mismatch (by) · · ,
  44. Bag Some AAA Wins Where You Can (by) · ·
  45. My War on Animation (by/via) · ·
  46. What You Need to Know About ARIA and How to Fix Common Mistakes (via) · · , ,
  47. Building (or Rebuilding) a Website With Accessibility in Mind (by) ·
  48. Generating Accessibility Test Results for a Whole Website With Pa11y CI (by) · · ,
  49. The Ultimate Guide to Debugging Accessibility Issues · · ,
  50. Set JAWS Free! (by) · · , , ,
  51. Why the HTML Outlining Algorithm Was Removed From the Spec—the Truth Will Shock You! (by) · · ,
  52. It’s Mid-2022 and Browsers (Mostly Safari) Still Break Accessibility via Display Properties (by) · · , , ,
  53. Make It Accessible (via) · ·
  54. An Accessibility-First Approach to Chart Visual Design (by+/via) · ·
  55. Captions: Humans vs. Artificial Intelligence: Who Wins? (by/via) · · , , ,
  56. The Ballad of Text Overflow (by/via) · ·
  57. Two Levels of Customising “<selectmenu>” (by) · ·
  58. “That’s Not Accessible!” and Other Statements About Accessibility (by) ·
  59. Thoughts on an Accessibility “Get Well” Plan (by) · · ,
  60. WCAG 2.1 AA Web Accessibility Checklist (via) · · ,
  61. Accessible Design Systems (by/via) · ·
  62. How We Designed an Accessible Color Palette From Scratch (via) · · , ,
  63. “text-overflow: ellipsis” Considered Harmful (by) · ·
  64. Introducing Keyboard Navigation (by+/via) · · ,
  65. What Is Alternative Text? How Do I Write It for Images, Charts, and Graphs? (by) · · , ,
  66. Icon-Only Links Fail WCAG (by) · · , , ,
  67. Best Practices for Overlays II (via) · · ,
  68. Do Dyslexia Fonts Improve Accessibility? (via) · ·
  69. Communication Accessibility: It’s Time to Change How We Communicate (by) · ·
  70. 5 Very Simple Steps You Can Take for Accessibility Improvement (via) · ·
  71. Dialogs and Shadow DOM: Can We Make It Accessible? (by) · · , ,
  72. Change Management for Accessibility (by+/via) · ·
  73. WCAG SC 1.4.4 Resize Text and 1.4.10 Reflow (by) · · , ,
  74. How to Use Headings for Website Accessibility (via) · · , ,
  75. Aspects of Accessibility—Semantics, Contrast, and… Anxiety? (by) · · , , ,
  76. Are You Ignoring Digital Accessibility at Your Job? (by/via) · ·
  77. Best Practices for Overlays (via) · · ,
  78. WCAG 3 Compliant? Check Again (by) · · ,
  79. How to Pick the Least Wrong Colors (by) · · , ,
  80. Writing Useful Alt Text (by/via) · · ,
  81. Interview With Léonie Watson (by+) · ·
  82. APCA: The New Algorithm for Accessible Colour Contrast · · , ,
  83. Just How Long Should Alt Text Be? (by/via) · · ,
  84. What’s the Alternative (Text)? (by) · ·
  85. Why Are Iframe Titles Important for Accessibility? (via) · · ,
  86. Dialog Components: Go Native HTML or Roll Your Own? (by/via) · · ,
  87. Accessibility From Different Perspectives (by) ·
  88. Triaging WCAG 2.1 Level AAA (by/via) · · ,
  89. Web Development === Accessibility (by) ·
  90. 4 Web Accessibility Remediation Mistakes to Avoid (via) · ·
  91. Automate Accessibility Tests With Storybook (by/via) · · , ,
  92. Web Accessibility Is Broken—It’s Time to Fix It (by) · ·
  93. The Importance of Organizational Leadership in Developing an Accessibility Culture: Buy-In, Metrics, and Structure (by/via) · · , , ,
  94. React Accessibility Resources (by) · · ,
  95. Let’s Make Accessibility Boring Again (by/via) ·
  96. Accessibility Not-Checklist (via) · · ,
  97. WCAG 2.2 and WCAG 3 Status Updates · · ,
  98. How the HTML “lang” Attribute Helps Accessibility (via) · · ,
  99. Peering Into the Accessibility of Dark Mode (by/via) · ·
  100. 24×24 Pixel Cursor Bookmarklet (by) · · , ,
  101. More Common Accessibility Issues That You Can Fix Today (by) ·
  102. Keyboard Testing: The A11y Enhancement to Your Definition of Done (by) · · ,
  103. Does JavaScript Make My Site Less Accessible? (via) · · ,
  104. Debugging Accessibility With Chrome DevTools (by/via) · · , , , , ,
  105. Why WCAG 2.2 Is Still in the Oven (via) · ·
  106. Designing for Web Accessibility in 60 Seconds (by) ·
  107. Two Approaches to Accessibility on the Web (by) · ·
  108. A Different View Into Accessibility Overlays (via) · · , , ,
  109. What’s Your Heading? (by) · · , ,
  110. Please, Stop Disabling Zoom (by) · ·
  111. A Guide to Writing About Digital Accessibility (by/via) · · ,
  112. The Evolution of WCAG: A Postcard From the Front Lines (by/via) · · , ,
  113. How Not to Do Accessible Design (by/via) · · ,
  114. Under-Engineered Multi-Selects (by) · · ,
  115. Foundations: Lists (by/via) · ·
  116. Introducing “inert” (by/via) · · ,
  117. Let’s Keep the “Content” in WCAG (by/via) · · ,
  118. Stop Removing Focus (by) · · ,
  119. Plain Old Semantic HTML: A Perfect Basis for Accessibility (via) · · ,
  120. 8 Ways to Make Website Accessibility Easier (and Less Expensive) (via) ·
  121. Brief Note on Buttons, Enter, and Space (by) ·
  122. Beyond WCAG: Losing Spoons Online (via) · · ,
  123. How to Start Testing Your Website With a Screen Reader (by/via) · · , ,
  124. The Role of Policy in Creating a Culture of Accessibility (by/via) · · , ,
  125. Ensure Third Party Content Is Accessible (by/via) · · ,
  126. Accessibility Why You Need to Work Toward Progress Not Perfection (by) ·
  127. Why Accessibility Bugs Are a Good Thing and How to Handle Them (by) · ·
  128. One Million Broken Web Sites—and a Way to Prevent That (by) · · ,
  129. Does Your Website Have Any of These 10 Most-Cited Accessibility Issues? (via) ·
  130. Common Accessibility Issues That You Can Fix Today (by) ·
  131. Takeaways From “The Internet Is Unusable”: The Disabled View (by/via) ·
  132. How to Fix Your Low-Contrast Text (by) · · , ,
  133. Open Accessibility Standards (by) · · , ,
  134. Alternative Text (Alt Text) (via) · · , ,
  135. The Business Case for Accessibility (by/via) · ·
  136. What If… One Day Everything Got Better? (by) ·
  137. Accessible Description Exposure (by) · ·
  138. “aria-labelledby” Usage Notes (by) · · ,
  139. Accessible Cards (by) · · ,
  140. The WebAIM Million: The 2022 Report on the Accessibility of the Top 1,000,000 Home Pages (via) · · , ,
  141. Web Accessibility Guidance Project (via) · ·
  142. Accessibility Policy Implementation: What You Need to Know (by/via) · · ,
  143. HTML-Only Keyboard Shortcuts (by) · · ,
  144. If We Can Make a Product Work for Anyone, It Usually Works Better for Everyone · ·
  145. How to Document Accessibility Issues (via) · · ,
  146. Case: Accessibility in Software Development (by/via) ·
  147. You’re Unselectable (by) · ·
  148. There Are No Bad Questions in Accessibility (by) ·
  149. The Web Is for Everyone: Our Vision for the Evolution of the Web (by+/via) · · , , , , ,
  150. The 5 Riders of Accessible Media (via) · ·
  151. Spotlight: What Happens When a Project Team Shifts Accessibility Left? (via) ·
  152. The Book on Accessibility (by) · · ,
  153. Dynamically Generated Content and Accessibility: 3 Quick Tips (via) · ·
  154. ADA Web Site Compliance Still Not a Thing (by) · · ,
  155. Guidance on Web Accessibility and the ADA (via) · ·
  156. 4 Accessibility Mistakes Plaguing Most Government Websites (by/via) · ·
  157. The Impact That High Quality Mark-Up Can Have on Accessibility, Performance, and Discoverability (by) · · , ,
  158. The Future of the Web and Accessibility (by/via) · · ,
  159. A Designer’s Guide to Documenting Accessibility and User Interactions (by) · · , ,
  160. Accessibility, Assistive Technology, and JavaScript (by) · · ,
  161. Don’t Believe the Type! (by+/via) · · , , ,
  162. It Needs to Map Back to a Role (by) · · , ,
  163. The Future of Web Accessibility: WCAG 3.0 (via) · · ,
  164. Carousels: No One Likes You (by) · · , ,
  165. Session Timeouts (by/via) · ·
  166. The Importance of Screen Reader Software for Web Navigation (by/via) · · , , ,
  167. Accessibility and Limited Fine Motor Skills (via) ·
  168. How Many Hyperlinks Are Too Many for Accessibility? (via) · ·
  169. Foundations: Headings (by/via) · · , ,
  170. (Not So) Short Note on Being Owned (by) · · ,
  171. Accessibility Checklist: Five Things Usually Left Out (via) · ·
  172. Overlay Position and Recommendations (via) · ·
  173. 4 Simple Ways to Improve Web Accessibility (via) · ·
  174. Accessibility and Inclusivity in Practice (by+/via) · · ,
  175. 5 Accessibility Quick Wins You Can Implement Today (by/via) ·
  176. Turning the Tables on Accessibility (via) ·
  177. Support for Marking Radio Buttons Required, Invalid (by) · ·
  178. Inclusive Design vs. Accessible Design: Understanding the Differences (via) · · , ,
  179. Column Headers and Browser Support (by) · · ,
  180. There Is No Character Limit for “Alt Text” (by) · · ,
  181. What Is the Difference Between WCAG Compliance Level A, AA, and AAA? (via) · · ,
  182. Foundations: Colour and Meaning (by/via) · ·
  183. Colors That Make Sense (by/via) · · ,
  184. WCAG 2.2 Update (via) · ·
  185. Using the Language Attribute to Make Your Website Accessible (by) · · ,
  186. Accessibility Monitoring: How We Test (via) · · , ,
  187. Only 2% of Sites Meet Accessibility Standards—Let’s Change That (via) ·
  188. Developing a Focus Style for a Themable Design System (by/via) · · , ,
  189. Do We Need Screen Reader for Accessibility Testing (by/via) · · , , ,
  190. Accessibility Testing Best Practices in CI/CD (via) · · , ,
  191. How to Use the Accessibility Tree for A11Y Testing · · ,
  192. Are We Live? (by) · ·
  193. Understanding the W3C’s Accessibility Conformance Testing (ACT) Requirements (via) · · ,
  194. Foundations: Colour Contrast (by/via) · · ,
  195. No Accessibility Without Disabilities (by) · ·
  196. The Impact of Motion Animation on Cognitive Disability (via) · · ,
  197. 8 Key Elements for Creating a Culture of Accessibility (via) · ·
  198. Assistive Technology, Accessible Technology, and the Accessibility Tree (by/via) · · , , ,
  199. Accessibly Insecure (by/via) · ·
  200. 4 Questions to Ask Before Using ARIA (via) · · , ,
  201. WCAG, but in Language I Can Understand (by) · ·
  202. Top Ten Most Common Web Accessibility Issues (via) ·
  203. Overview of Accessibility Testing Using DevTools (by+/via) · · , , , , ,
  204. Why Don’t Developers Take Accessibility Seriously? (by/via) ·
  205. Foundations: Text Descriptions (by/via) · ·
  206. More to Give Than Just the Div: Semantics and How to Get Them Right (by) · · ,
  207. How to Check What Item Is in Focus When Accessibility Testing · · , ,
  208. Accessibility Acceptance Criteria (via) · · , ,
  209. An Introduction to High Contrast Accessibility (by) · · , ,
  210. Quick Accessibility Tests Anyone Can Do (via) · · ,
  211. Making IT Accessible for All! (by) · ·
  212. The Real Added Costs of Accessibility (by) · ·
  213. Accessibility Data Is Not the Enemy (by/via) · ·
  214. Accessibility and 2022: 13 Design Trends From a Usability Perspective (by/via) · · , ,
  215. Building an Accessible Digital World (by/via) ·
  216. Web Accessibility Lawsuits Dramatically Rose in 2021 (via) · · ,
  217. Foundations: Animations and Flashing Content (by/via) · ·
  218. Alt Tag Emptiness (by) · · , , ,
  219. Labeling the Point: Scenarios of Label Misuse in WCAG (by/via) · · ,
  220. Accessible Heading Structure (by/via) · · ,
  221. Five 2022 Accessibility Trends (via) · ·
  222. A Contrast of Errors · · , ,
  223. WCAG and Accessibility: What Is a Statement of Partial Conformance? (via) · · ,
  224. Web Accessibility Cheat Sheet (by) · ·
  225. Introduction to Cognitive Disability and Accessibility Testing (by/via) · · ,
  226. 5 Common Misconceptions About WAI-ARIA and Accessibility (via) · · ,
  227. This Is WCAG (via) · · , ,
  228. This Is WCAG 2.1 (by) · · ,
  229. Why Motion on Websites and Digital Content Is a Problem (by/via) ·
  230. Inaccessibility of CAPTCHA (by+/via) · ·
  231. CSS Can Help Improve Your HTML!? Buttons and Links (by) · · , , ,
  232. Thoughts on Skin Tone and Text Descriptions (by) · · ,
  233. Shifting the Mindset About Accessible Content (via) · ·
  234. WCAG 2 Is What We Have (by) · ·
  235. WCAG 2.2: What We Know Till Now (by/via) · ·
  236. WCAG 3 Is Not Ready Yet (by) · ·
  237. Standardizing Focus Styles With CSS Custom Properties (by/via) · · , ,
  238. WCAG 3 and APCA (by) · · , , ,
  239. Explainer for W3C Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 3.0 (by+/via) · ·
  240. How Many People With Disabilities Use Our Site? (by) ·
  241. Accessibility (by+/via) · · ,
  242. Why Color Contrast Is Not as Black and White as It Seems (by) · · ,
  243. Understanding Accessibility · · ,
  244. Making Accessibility More Accessible (by) ·
  245. Understanding WCAG 2.1 Level AAA (by/via) · ·
  246. Adding a Dyslexia-Friendly Mode to a Website (by/via) · ·
  247. Blog Page Accessibility Deep Dive (by) · ·
  248. Accessibility Myths (by) · · ,
  249. Communicating Accessibility as Needs to Be Met and Not Rules to Be Followed (via) · ·
  250. Let’s Not Send Developers to the Accessibility Tree Tool (by) · · ,