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“accessibility” Archive (5)

  1. WCAG 3.0: What You Need to Know About the Future of Accessibility Standards (via) · · ,
  2. We Need to Talk About Accessibility—Again, and Again, and Then Some More (by) ·
  3. Access to Tech, Tech to Live (by/via) · ·
  4. Browsing With Screen Magnification (by/via) · · , ,
  5. Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Accessibility Tree (by/via) · ·
  6. Debugging HTML: Accessibility (by) · · ,
  7. Understanding the Differences Between WCAG 2.1 and WCAG 2.2 (via) · · ,
  8. Name, Labels, ARIA, What to Do? (by) · · ,
  9. What Are Accessible Fonts? (via) · ·
  10. Accessible Toggles (by/via) · · ,
  11. The Guideline Gap (by) · · , ,
  12. Make Your Design System Accessible—Color (by/via) · · ,
  13. Indecisive Skip Links and Their Targets—the Renaissance of the “<hr>” Element (by) · · ,
  14. So, You Want an Accessibility Score? (by/via) · ·
  15. If HTML and ARIA Don’t Allow It, It’s Probably a Bad Idea (by) · · ,
  16. Why Accessibility Overlays on Your Website Can Make Things Worse (via) · ·
  17. Switch Role Support (by) · · ,
  18. Designing for Color Contrast: Guidelines for Accessibility (via) · · , ,
  19. Respecting Users’ Motion Preferences (by/via) · ·
  20. This Is the Way: A Phased Approach to Accessibility in the Development Lifecycle (by/via) ·
  21. Disability: Let’s Say the Word (via) · ·
  22. Fix Web Accessibility Systematically (by) · ·
  23. What Svelte’s Accessibility Warnings Won’t Tell You (by) · ·
  24. Landmarks (by) · · ,
  25. What Constitutes a Digital Accessibility Audit (by/via) · · ,
  26. Easy Read Is Hard to Get Right (via) · ·
  27. A Tangled Web of ARIA (by) · · ,
  28. Accessibility: A Gentle Introduction (by) · ·
  29. Browsing With a Mobile Screen Reader (via) · · , , , ,
  30. UX Accessibility: How to Start Designing for All (by/via) · · ,
  31. How to Build an Expandable Accessible Gallery (by/via) · · , ,
  32. Redundantly Redundant a11y Accessibility (by) · ·
  33. Using JavaScript to Detect High Contrast and Dark Modes (by) · · , , ,
  34. Links, Missing “href” Attributes, and Over-Engineered Code (by) · · ,
  35. Declaring Page Language—and Declaring Changes in Language (by) · · ,
  36. Comparing Page Language Declaration Setups in Screen Readers (by) · · , , , , ,
  37. Accessibility Isn’t New—and Neither Is Ableism (via) ·
  38. Beware False Negatives (by) ·
  39. One Last Time: Custom Styling Radio Buttons and Checkboxes (by) · · ,
  40. Provide Pronunciation for Ambiguous Words (by) · · ,
  41. Why Inequalities Can Appear in Digital Accessibility and Inclusive Design (by) · · ,
  42. The New Requirements for WCAG 2.2 (via) · ·
  43. Accessible Palette: Stop Using HSL for Color Systems (by/via) · · , ,
  44. Notes on Synthetic Speech (by) · ·
  45. Myths About Web Accessibility (by) · ·
  46. What Is Redundant Entry, and How Does It Affect Accessibility? (via) · ·
  47. Subsets and Supersets of WCAG (by) · ·
  48. 5 Steps for Writing Alt Text for Accessibility (via) · · ,
  49. Using CSS 3 Overflow Properties to Make Containers Meet WCAG 2.1 (via) · · ,
  50. Color and Universal Design (by/via) · · ,
  51. Make Accessibility Part of Your Startup’s Products and Culture From Day One (by/via) · ·
  52. The Effect of CSS on Screen Readers (by) · · , , ,
  53. Getting Started With Web Accessibility Testing (via) · · ,
  54. Color and Contrast, What Does It Mean? (by) · · ,
  55. Understanding Target Size Under WCAG 2.2 and How It Affects People With Disabilities (via) · ·
  56. Shifting Accessibility Testing to the Left (by/via) · · ,
  57. Creating a Positive Culture Around Accessibility (by/via) · ·
  58. Small Wins for Accessibility and Resilience (by) · · ,
  59. Named and Framed (by) · ·
  60. Accessibility From the Ground Up (by) ·
  61. What’s on the Menu? (by) · ·
  62. Web Accessibility Checklist · · ,
  63. ARIA Spec for the Uninitiated (by/via) · · ,
  64. Reviewing a Design for Accessibility (via) · · ,
  65. A Guide to Designing Accessible, WCAG-Compliant Focus Indicators (by) · · , , ,
  66. How to Test for Accessibility With Users at Every Design Stage (by/via) · · ,
  67. Accessible Design Systems: Look Good While Doing Good (by/via) · ·
  68. Accessible Contrast Ratios and A-Levels Explained (via) · · ,
  69. A Guide to Accessible Digital UX Design (via) · · , ,
  70. Writing Great Alt Text: Emotion Matters (by) · · , ,
  71. Accessibility Testing With Storybook (by/via) · · ,
  72. What Are Accessibility Overlays Good For? (by/via) · ·
  73. Web Accessibility Myths: Debunking 7 Common Misconceptions (by/via) · ·
  74. A Deep Dive on Skipping to Content (by/via) · ·
  75. 101 Digital Accessibility Tips and Tricks (by) · ·
  76. Chrome DevTools: Better Accessibility Inspection With the Source Order Viewer (by) · · , , , ,
  77. Creating an Accessible Dialog From Scratch (by/via) · ·
  78. How to Hand Off Accessible Designs to Developers? (via) · · ,
  79. Takeaways From the 2021 State of Digital Accessibility Report (by/via) · ·
  80. Accessible Design From the Get-Go (by/via) ·
  81. UX Principles That Include Cognitive Accessibility (by) · · ,
  82. It Is Time to Ditch the Title “Evangelist” From Accessibility (by/via) ·
  83. Accessibility Strategy for Product Management (by/via) · · ,
  84. What We Learned About Accessibility by Scanning More Than 2 Million Federal .gov Web Pages (via) ·
  85. Why the WCAG Colour Contrast Ratio Doesn’t Always Seem to Work (by) · · , ,
  86. The Accessibility Stalemate (by) ·
  87. From a Colourblind Designer to the World: Please Stop Using Red and Green Together (via) · ·
  88. Why Has User Experience Design Become Legal Experience Design? (by) · · ,
  89. Accessibility of the “Section” Element (by) · ·
  90. There’s No Such Thing as Fully Automated Web Accessibility (by/via) · ·
  91. Content Accessibility Fact Sheet (via) · ·
  92. An Unreasonably Long Introduction to ARIA (With Example Implementation) (by) · · , , ,
  93. What People Should Know Before Writing Articles or Creating Products About Accessibility (by) · ·
  94. Image Descriptions: A Human Technique That Robots Can’t Grasp (by/via) · · ,
  95. The Document Outline (by) · ·
  96. Making a Strong Case for Accessibility (by/via) ·
  97. Creating Accessible CSS Art (by) · · ,
  98. ARIA in HTML (by) · · ,
  99. Five Ways to Include D/Deaf Users in Your Designs (by/via) · ·
  100. Accessibility and Inclusivity: Distinctions in Experience Design (by/via) · · ,
  101. Short Note on Skip Links With Sticky Headers (by) · · ,
  102. Evaluating Color and Contrast—How Hard Can It Be? (by/via) · · ,
  103. Accessibility and SEO (by/via) · · ,
  104. Colorblind Accessibility Manifesto (by) · · , ,
  105. Screen Readers: Hearing the Unseen (by/via) · · , ,
  106. Using CSS to Enforce Accessibility (by) · ·
  107. Accessibility in React (by) · ·
  108. A Complete Guide to Accessibility Tooling (by/via) · · ,
  109. Everyday Accessibility (by/via) ·
  110. When CSS Isn’t Enough: JavaScript Requirements for Accessible Components (by/via) · · ,
  111. An Accessibility Strategy (by) · ·
  112. Accessible Overflow (by) · · ,
  113. A Little Book of Accessibility (by) ·
  114. Why Accessibility Overlays Hurt More Than Help (by/via) · ·
  115. The Hidden World of “aria-hidden” (by) · ·
  116. Disabling a Link (by) · · ,
  117. Accessible Web Forms (by/via) · · ,
  118. Access Guide (by) · · ,
  119. A11y Audit Bookmarklets (by) · · , ,
  120. We Need to Talk About WCAG (by/via) · ·
  121. Making Disabled Buttons More Inclusive (by/via) · ·
  122. Overreliance on Overlays Is Counter to Enculturation of Accessibility (by/via) · ·
  123. Auditing Design Systems for Accessibility (by/via) · · , ,
  124. Fifteen Design Trends From an Accessibility Perspective (by) · · ,
  125. Top 7 Facts About Web Content Accessibility Guidelines WCAG 2.2 You Must Know (via) · ·
  126. Understanding Logical Focus Order (by) · · ,
  127. Building an Accessibility Library (by/via) · ·
  128. Defining a Strategy for Accessibility (by) · ·
  129. Sentence Case versus Title Case (by) · · ,
  130. 5 Things I’m Thinking About When I Check a Pull Request for Accessibility (by) · ·
  131. Why Skip-Links Are Important for Accessibility (via) · ·
  132. “prefers-reduced-motion”: Taking a No-Motion-First Approach to Animations (by) · · ,
  133. Why Your Website Should Work Without JavaScript · · , ,
  134. Introduction to ARIA Live Regions (by) · · , ,
  135. Automating the Accessibility Tests of Your Source Code With GitHub Actions (by) · · , ,
  136. How to Test the Accessibility of Your Components With Storybook (by) · · , ,
  137. Seven Myths About Alt Text (by) · · ,
  138. Accessibility (by+/via) · · ,
  139. Alt vs. Figcaption (by/via) · · ,
  140. Know Your Standards (by) · · , , , ,
  141. Best Practices for Inclusive Textual Websites (by) · · , ,
  142. Touch, Point, Click: Mouse vs. Touch Screen Input (by/via) · · ,
  143. An Opinionated Guide to Accessibility Testing (by) · · ,
  144. Micro-Note on “aria-roledescription” (by) · ·
  145. Accessibility on the Canvas With JavaScript (by) · · ,
  146. Why “Dark Mode” Causes More Accessibility Issues Than It Solves (by) · ·
  147. Alt Text Decision Helper (via) · , , ,
  148. Color Blindness Color Checker (via) · , ,
  149. WebVTT Validator (by/via) · , , , ,
  150. Color Contrast Analyzer (Myndex) (by) · , , , , ,
  151. Color Contrast Analyzer (Polypane) (via) · , , , , ,
  152. Accessibility Checker (AccessibilityChecker.org) (via) · , , ,
  153. Color Contrast Analyzer (Protean Studio) (via) · , , , , ,
  154. Mobile-Friendliness Bulk Checker · , , ,
  155. Image Accessibility Analyzer (by) · , ,
  156. Accessibility Evaluation Report Generator (via) · , ,
  157. Color Contrast Comparer (via) · , , , , ,
  158. Color Contrast Analyzer (Alex Clapperton) (by) · , , , ,
  159. Color Accessibility Checker (by) · , ,
  160. Form Generator (via) · , , , ,
  161. Breakpoint Viewer (by) · , , , ,
  162. Mobile Readiness Tester · , , , ,
  163. WCAG 2.0 Checker · , , ,
  164. WCAG 2.0 and 2.1 Checker (via) · , , ,
  165. Section 508, WCAG 2.0, and BITV 1.0 Checker (via) · , , ,
  166. Design Responsiveness Tester (Website Planet) (via) · , ,
  167. Design Responsiveness Tester (Am I Responsive) (via) · , ,
  168. Color Blindness Emulator (via) · , ,
  169. Accessibility Checker (WAVE) (via) · , , ,
  170. Accessibility Checker (FAE) (via) · , , ,
  171. Standards for Writing Accessibly (by+/via) · · , , ,
  172. Making Sites Accessible to the Whole Wide World (via) · · , ,
  173. The Web Accessibility Initiative: A Reality Check (via) · · ,
  174. What Are Web Standards and Why Should I Use Them? · · , , , , , ,
  175. Disabled Accessibility: The Pragmatic Approach · · ,
  176. Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 (by+/via) · · , ,
  177. Access for All · · ,
  178. WAI Scenarios for Accessibility (via) ·
  179. Accessibility for All (via) · ·
  180. W3C Issues Accessibility Draft (via) · · ,
  181. WAI Accessibility Guidelines: Page Authoring (by+/via) · ·
  182. Adding Sense to Sensory on the Web (via) · · ,
  183. Using Standard HTML (by) · · ,
  184. [Dan’s Web Tips] Introduction · · , , ,
  185. Style Sheets for Producing Spoken Renderings (by/via) ·