Everyone has different levels of vision and people use a wide range of assistive technology, such as screen readers or magnification software. It’s important to make your content accessible to everyone. Blind blogger Holly shares her top 10 tips for making your written content accessible and inclusive.
Learn about the seven inclusive design principles, with infographics from Barclays Accessibility Team, and how they apply to web accessibility practices.
Accessibility is a factor that has traditionally been on the margins of SEO and web development. But there are solid business reasons why accessibility should be a top consideration. Accessibility can have a positive effect on sales and SEO.
Accessibility determines the user experience of the web apps you build. This quick guide from Jessica Jordan will give you an introduction to user testing for blind and visually impaired users who rely on screen readers to navigate the web.
Paul Smyth offers guidance and advice on how disabled people can provide feedback when encountering online barriers with websites, in this complaints guide.
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.
Adding alt-text to images is a fundamental aspect of web accessibility. It allows people using screen readers to process images on a page. It includes visually impaired and blind users in the conversation.
Nottingham-based digital and creative agency, HeX Productions are huge advocates of accessibility. They make sure every website they build is accessible for disabled people, including those with visual, hearing and mobility impairments as well as those with learning difficulties. Here, they discuss the differences between automated testing and human user testing when it comes to accessibility.
Glen, visually impaired blogger and Youtuber based in London, posts about his experiences as a disabled person. In this post, originally published on his blog Well Eye Never, he talks about the iPhone apps and features that help him navigate the world.
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