1. Creating accessible forms with Angular

    Written by on May 18, 2017 in Development, Understanding accessibility

    Forms are integral to the online experience, and a well-written form structure ensures the forms you make are easy to use – for everyone. In this post, Scott Vinkle offers solutions discovered by himself and the Simply Accessible team when it comes to creating accessible forms in Angular.

  2. I’m still here: a career in accessibility

    Written by on May 4, 2017 in Understanding accessibility

    The story of accessibility is the story of humans connecting to each other. In this post, Jeff Smith reveals why he got into accessibility, and what keeps him here.

  3. Demystifying accessible name

    Written by on March 30, 2017 in Design, Understanding accessibility

    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.

  4. 7 solutions for creating more accessible SVGs

    Written by on March 16, 2017 in Development, Understanding accessibility

    We’ve been working with SVGs a lot recently, which has led our developers down a rabbithole of discovery! Here are some things to consider when it comes to SVGs and accessibility.

  5. How can I do this better?

    Written by on February 14, 2017 in Development, Understanding accessibility

    Nothing makes us happier than knowing there are people out there just as eager as we are when it comes to making the digital world better for everyone.

  6. 8 things parenting taught me about accessibility

    Written by on January 26, 2017 in Design, News

    Parenting presents all kinds of challenges, even technical ones. In this post, Melanie Jones shares how vital her mobile device became once she had a baby, and how inclusive design makes all the difference.

  7. Team Retrospective: 2016

    Written by on December 15, 2016 in News, Teamwork, Understanding accessibility

    As 2016 draws to a close, we asked members of the Simply Accessible team to reflect on the most impactful changes they saw clients make this year.

  8. Shifting perceptions: reflections on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities

    Written by on December 8, 2016 in accessibility engagement, News

    December 3 marked the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD). SA tester and team member, Rhea Guntalilib, considers what the day means to her.

  9. Starting the conversation: report from Accessibility Scotland

    Written by on December 1, 2016 in accessibility engagement, News, Understanding accessibility

    When Kevin White found himself longing for people to talk with about the challenges of accessibility work, he didn’t just go online and join a meetup group; he decided to organize a conference with his peers. Here is Kevin’s report on the first-ever Accessibility Scotland conference, held last September in Edinburgh.

  10. Listening to the web, part three: working with screen readers

    Written by on November 17, 2016 in Development

    In the previous article, we unveiled the magic behind semantic code and using native elements in designing usable sites. Remembering to keep a mindset of accessibility and inclusivity, we journey onward in the third and final article in this series. Destination: screen readers. You’ll come away with everything you need to know to get your hands dirty when it comes to designing, developing for, and testing your sites with screen readers.