Designing for disability: quick do’s and don’ts
This article provides an overview of common conditions and impairments and how they can affect the way a user interacts with a website. This guidance is aimed at web developers and content managers wanting to learn about designing websites with accessibility in mind.
Further accessibility resources
Web accessibility resources to help developers, designers and content creators build inclusive design best practices into their work.
User testing versus automated testing for accessibility
HeX Productions discuss the differences between automated testing, manual and user testing when it comes to accessibility.
5 most common website accessibility failings, according to the WebAIM Million analysis
The WebAIM Million is an accessibility analysis of homepages from the top 1,000,000 websites, first carried out in February 2019. A second analysis, published in August, suggests that disabled people are excluded in the current state of online accessibility.
How accessible is the online world and what needs to change? | Elin Williams
As a blind/visually impaired person, I’ve always been quite reliant on technology in order to make things more accessible to me. But, I’ve recently been thinking about how accessible the online world actually is, particularly social media. What needs to change in order to better the accessibility and user experience for those of us who are visually impaired?
6 quick tools to test for accessibility
There are several automated tools that test against Use these quick web tools to find out how accessible your website is.
3 rules for accessible type on the web
Typography and text make up a considerable part of most websites, but there are a few fundamental principles to follow to ensure your content is inclusive.