1. Single page applications, Angular.js and accessibility
    Single page applications, Angular.js and accessibility

    Written by on March 3, 2015 in Development

    Developers face pretty specific challenges when creating a highly accessible single page application (SPA) user experience. This in-depth tutorial outlines some best practices and accessibility challenges common to SPAs (and specifically Angular apps) so you can build an SPA that works for everyone.

  2. We’ve got a new member, and he’s a maverick

    Written by on February 6, 2015 in News

    There’s a fresh face in our merry band of accessibility musketeers! Denis Boudreau is a world leader in web accessibility and digital inclusion. He’s excited to join the team and fuel our mission to make more people believe the power of digital belongs to everyone. We’re tickled to have him.

  3. A compass on an orange phone, a deep blue passport, and a light blue boarding pass peeking out beneath it.
    Accessibility, the journey AND the destination

    Written by on January 28, 2015 in News, Understanding accessibility

    What does it take to make something accessible to everyone? Derek invites you to join Simply Accessible on both the journey and the destination of accessibility, with tips for what you might need for the adventures ahead.

  4. The accessibility of Google’s No CAPTCHA

    Written by on December 4, 2014 in Design, Understanding accessibility

    Google has released a game-changing version of its reCAPTCHA. They’ve called it No CAPTCHA and it makes some pretty significant steps forward to removing barriers for people with disabilities and still defending against bots.

  5. Balance Awareness Week: iOS8 & vestibular disorders

    Written by on September 30, 2014 in Understanding accessibility

    Motion, parallax and animations on the web can actually make people feel nauseous, dizzy, or even give them a headache. For someone with Vestibular issues, the effect can be much worse, and considered painful even. As designers and developers, what can we do?

  6. Three types of relationships and what they mean for accessibility

    Written by on August 22, 2014 in Understanding accessibility

    There are 3 types of relationships in a web page: explicit, implicit, and content-based relationships. Read this to see what they are and why they’re critical to ensure accessibility for everyone.

  7. How Dragon Naturally Speaking works with ARIA

    Written by on August 1, 2014 in Development, Understanding accessibility

    The latest and greatest Dragon Naturally Speaking (version 13) finally catches up, at least partially, with a critical web standard: WAI-ARIA.

  8. How to be a keyboard accessibility super hero

    Written by on July 30, 2014 in Design, Development, Top posts

    You too can be a keyboard accessibility super hero if you do these three simple things really well. The best part is, you don’t even have to work that hard to do them and they make you look brilliant!

  9. Automatic infinite scrolling & accessibility

    Written by on May 21, 2014 in Design, Top posts

    Automated infinite scrolling is a popular web design technique even though it creates difficult accessibility problems for keyboard users.

  10. What inclusive means to us: Global Accessibility Awareness Day

    Written by on May 15, 2014 in News, Understanding accessibility

    Hoping to increase awareness for accessibility, I posted this note over on FaceBook—to try and reach out to a different audience than the technology industry.