Every one of us needs the internet to be accessible. Our needs may not surface today, but they will in the future. Do we know enough about what accessibility needs look like – beyond the stereotypes of people with disabilities that we’re all too aware of? And how do we get from “I know my site has […]
How do you make content that is inherently visually accessible? There are a multitude of ways you can help your wayfinding and other visual content to be more accessible for all of your visitors. After all, they need to be able to find you, too.
Go beyond WCAG 2.0 and ensure your site is usable for people with disabilities by including them in user testing. WCAG 2.0 guidelines are an excellent tool for evaluating the accessibility of your website, but the only way to actually tell if your site is usable by people with disabilities is to include them in […]
Site designers love tab panels, accordion sets, slideshows, and hover-drop-down menu bars—anything to squeeze more content into less space. Unfortunately, many out-of-the box tools to generate these components can be severely lacking in accessibility compliance. At some point, you may wish to just craft your own accessibility compliant components, but how do you do that? […]
What happens when your campus finally realizes that digital accessibility is not a nice-to-have but a need-to-have requirement for your university’s web presence? How do you build accessibility into your web development workflow? How do you ensure that your existing web presence is accessible? What if it’s not? What if thousands of websites need to […]