Quick Tip: Design for different viewport sizes When designing, keep in mind how page information is presented in different sized viewports, such as zoomed browsers or mobile devices. If you expect your website to often be accessed by mobile device, a helpful tool for developers is the Device Toolbar located… Continue Reading Web Accessibility Tip – May 2020
I have received announcements of two new websites this past week, both of which are related COVID-19 responses and resources, and both of which use one of the many “accessibility plugin/widget/add-on overlays”. Both new sites are promoted as “fully accessible” and of course neither are. One used a widget call… Continue Reading Accessibility Overlays – Make them stop!
The W3C – World Wide Web Consortia – has created a community group to systematically test and document assistive technologies use of ARIA and HTML5 accessibility features in web applications. W3C membership is NOT needed to participate in the community group. How WAI-ARIA is supported by assistive technologies, such as screen readers, is… Continue Reading Group formed to test and document assistive technologies