WebAIM: Constructing a POUR Website – Putting People at the Center of the Process

Motivations to Create Accessible Web Content There are at least three main kinds of reasons that might motivate people to create accessible web content: To improve the lives of people with disabilities (human-centered motivations) To capitalize on the a wider audience or consumer base (marketing or economic-centered motivations) To avoid lawsuits and/or bad press (publicContinue reading “WebAIM: Constructing a POUR Website – Putting People at the Center of the Process”

Small Tweaks That Can Make a Huge Impact on Your Website’s Accessibility | CSS-Tricks

For a beginner, accessibility can be daunting. With all of the best intentions in the world, the learning curve to developing compliant, fully accessible websites and apps is huge. It’s also hard to find the right advice, because it’s an ever-changing and increasingly crowded landscape. I’ve written this post to give you some tips onContinue reading “Small Tweaks That Can Make a Huge Impact on Your Website’s Accessibility | CSS-Tricks”

UI Options 

UI OptionsObjectiveEasily add UI Options to your website. Add a simple separated-panel preferences editor to any page.DescriptionUI Options adds a simple preferences editor dialog with a set of six panels in a collapsible panel at the top of the page, accessible through a button in the upper right corner of the page. Curated by (Lifekludger)Continue reading “UI Options “

17 Adjustments You Can Make to Your Website  for Better Accessibility

Web developer Mary Gillen shares 17 adjustments you can make to your website today that make it more accessible to visitors with disabilities. WCAG 2.0 … Curated by (Lifekludger) Read full article at Source: 17 Adjustments You Can Make to Your Website Today That Make It More17 Website Adjustments You Can Make Today for BetterContinue reading “17 Adjustments You Can Make to Your Website  for Better Accessibility”

How You’re Insulting 285,000,000 Accessibility Users

When we think about Website Accessibility people often think about responsive designs, there’s so much more. No longer are we able to design and create an incredible website with such ease – we used to just come up with a great looking design, as long as those colours worked and you had a navigation, heckContinue reading “How You’re Insulting 285,000,000 Accessibility Users”

Accessibility Shouldn’t Be a Mystery | edUi Conference

In the past several years, ensuring web content is accessible to people with disabilities has received a lot more attention than ever before. New regulations are coming out that align US government accessibility requirements with the guidelines established by the World Wide Web Consortium Web Accessibility Initiative; courts are ruling that the Internet is aContinue reading “Accessibility Shouldn’t Be a Mystery | edUi Conference”

Styling Forms Accessibly | UX Booth

I was waiting at a bus stop when I realized that the person next to me was using sign language over FaceTime on her phone. I had never thought about how video calling benefitted communication for hearing-impaired people. There is so much that accessibility enables. As a UX developer, I try to incorporate accessibility needsContinue reading “Styling Forms Accessibly | UX Booth”

Is it time to make web accessibility more, well, accessible? | CharityComms

When you work in the business of creating something, be it selling a brand or promoting a cause, you want it to be seen by as many people as possible. The more barriers you put in front of a prospective audience, the lower the potential impact. This, essentially, is the principle behind online accessibility –Continue reading “Is it time to make web accessibility more, well, accessible? | CharityComms”

A Web Accessibility Primer – Part 2 | Usability Matters

A detailed look at some resources and terms that correspond to the four principles of web accessibility outlined by WCAG 2.0Gain a better understanding of the WCAG principles of web accessibility through a set of terms and resources to guide you. Curated by (Lifekludger) Read full article at Source: A Web Accessibility Primer – PartContinue reading “A Web Accessibility Primer – Part 2 | Usability Matters”