When it comes to creating accessible products, understanding the interactions between different technologies and the code we write is very helpful. In this post, Joe Watkins talks about accessible name–what it is, how to apply it, and why it’s such an integral tool in the accessibility toolkit.
Automated infinite scrolling is a popular web design technique even though it creates difficult accessibility problems for keyboard users.Automatic infinite scrolling & accessibility Read this article
Infographics are growing in popularity, but they are often criticized for the accessibility challenges they create. Here’s an infographic that was very surprising when it comes to accessibility, and we felt it should be celebrated and shared as a positive—a small thing, done well.Infographic accessibility: text is text Read this article
Many people focus on just the development aspect of web accessibility. The truth is, a flawed design coded perfectly is just as bad as a brilliant design coded poorly. You need both aspects—design AND development—to truly succeed with accessibility.Design & development: the yin & yang of web accessibility Read this article