Reframing Accessibility for the Web · An A List Apart Article

We need to change the way we talk about accessibility. Most people are taught that “web accessibility means that people with disabilities can use the Web”—the official definition from the W3C. This is wrong. Web accessibility means that people can use the web. Not “people with disabilities.” Not “blind people and deaf people.” Not “peopleContinue reading “Reframing Accessibility for the Web · An A List Apart Article”

What is an accessible website? | Lee Jordan

What is an accessible website? Often when we try to define what an accessible website is, we default to the position that it’s a website that can be used by a visually impaired person via a screen reader. If your website makes sense and can be navigated when it’s read out by a screen readerContinue reading “What is an accessible website? | Lee Jordan”