What’s New In DevTools (Chrome 65)  | Google Developers

New features coming to DevTools in Chrome 65 include: Local Overrides New accessibility tools The Changes tab New SEO and performance audits Multiple recordings in the Performance panel Reliable code stepping with workers and asynchronous code Read on, or watch the video version of these release notes, below. Note: Check what version of Chrome you’re running at chrome://version. If you’re runningContinue reading “What’s New In DevTools (Chrome 65)  | Google Developers”

Four Free Tools for Automated Accessibility Testing of Web Apps

Designing and developing for web accessibility has become a requirement of modern computing. Depending on the content and complexity of your project requirements, it can also be a very difficult pursuit. Two colleagues of mine have already written excellent articles exploring the need for and design of accessible web sites: Designing Accessible Software – BreakingContinue reading “Four Free Tools for Automated Accessibility Testing of Web Apps”

Essential Color Tools for UX Designers

Essential Color Tools for UX Designers Color is one of the most powerful tools in the designer’s toolkit. At the same time, color is a tricky concept to master — with an infinite number of possible color combinations out there, it can be hard to decide what colors to use on your site or app. To makeContinue reading “Essential Color Tools for UX Designers”

At this month’s WWDC, Apple unveiled refined accessibility tools

… …for all the focus on refinement, there also is a cavalcade of new stuff to be excited about. As it pertains to accessibility, some obvious highlights for me are the 10.5” iPad Pro and the corresponding iPad-centric enhancements in iOS 11. I’m also psyched for smaller niceties too, such as the ability to automatically enter Reader View in SafariContinue reading “At this month’s WWDC, Apple unveiled refined accessibility tools”

Accessibility in the classroom—tools that impact my students – Office Blogs

Creating a collaborative, inclusive classroom has many moving parts and pieces—and finding the right balance can be challenging. As a special education teacher, I am constantly on the hunt for technology and tools that give students with disabilities an environment that is personalized, differentiated and yet as close to their peers’ experience as possible. IContinue reading “Accessibility in the classroom—tools that impact my students – Office Blogs”

The Visual ARIA Bookmarklet

Visual ARIA allows engineers, testers, educators, and students to physically observe ARIA usage within web technologies, including ARIA 1.1 structural, live region, and widget roles, proper nesting and focus management, plus requisite and optional supporting attributes to aid in development. … Curated by (Lifekludger) Read full article at Whatsock.com

10 Free Web-Based Web Site Accessibility Evaluation Tools – Usability Geek

A simple Google Search for “Accessibility Tools” yields a number of lists and collections of tools. I could have very easily copied one or two such lists and voila, I have a new post. But, I wanted to add a personal touch to this post by writing about the tools I use in my dailyContinue reading “10 Free Web-Based Web Site Accessibility Evaluation Tools – Usability Geek”

Free web accessibility tools round-up — bread crumbs — Medium

  Free web accessibility tools round-up If you’re like me, you’re one of the web developers on your team tasked with taking something seemingly-boring – like a mortgage calculator – and making it: Look and work fantastically. Something like Google Docs meets Facebook meets Spotify meets Snapchat… SnapDocBookify? Yeah, make that. Meet the demands ofContinue reading “Free web accessibility tools round-up — bread crumbs — Medium”

accessibility videos for iOS and android

According to the National Health Interview Survey, there are over 20 million people with vision loss. If you need access to the Internet, it can be upsetting that as devices get smaller, so do the font sizes. The good news is that there are a lot of new and innovative ways to access the web. … Check outContinue reading “accessibility videos for iOS and android”

Paul Adam Bookmarklets For Accessibility – Maxability

Paul J Adam the well known expert in the accessibility industry has published bookmarklets for testing the accessibility bugs on web pages. These bookmarklets are easy to use. All that you need is a web browser and internet connection to use them. Curated by (Lifekludger) Read full article at Source: Paul Adam Bookmarklets For AccessibilityContinue reading “Paul Adam Bookmarklets For Accessibility – Maxability”