Have you ever opened a website and found it hard to read because of the type of fonts used? Many people have struggled with this, especially readers with disabilities that affect their sight. Texts make up a considerable part of the content we consume digitally.
A manual accessibility test is a manual inspection of your website or application to determine whether it is accessible to users with disabilities. It is essential to run this type of test to catch issues that an automated test may not find.
While animations may be great for engagement, they can cause more harm than good for certain groups of users. So, how do you make animated content safe to watch? I’ve shared a few tips in this article.
A VPAT is a self-disclosure report of how well your website conforms to accessibility standards. This article provides links to freely download the specific VPAT template for each major accessibility law.
An accessible website is more likely to attract traffic than an inaccessible one. These WordPress themes are great options for improving your website’s accessibility free of charge!
The WCAG 2.1 checklist is a list of criteria ensuring web content and websites are accessible for all users. We cover several guidelines with code snippets.
The goal of web accessibility is to create an inclusive web for all users. To achieve this goal, it is essential to consider temporary and permanent motor, cognitive, visual, auditory, speech, and neurological disabilities.
A list of contrast checker tools that you can use to ensure your website or design conforms to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
A web accessibility audit is the very first step a business takes when considering remediation of web compliance errors. And as such, I thought it expedient to provide you with the top 5 best accessibility audit tools in the market.
As developers, you should lead by example. So I’ve curated a list of accessibility practices that are essential for any HTML website.