August 2016 Newsletter
WebAIM's Jonathan Whiting provides tips and warnings for conducting accessibility testing with VoiceOver.
We have just now opened registration for a training to be held November 29-30, 2016 in Logan, Utah. Register now to secure your seat.
This virtual online, live accessibility conference with an incredible lineup of accessibility experts (including WebAIM's Jared Smith) will be held September 6-7th.
Mischa Andrews provides insights into the current state of web accessibility and how we can improve.
With the recent news that Microsoft Edge now has 100% accessibility support for HTML5, this post looks at what "accessibility supported" means, and where it fits into the bigger accessibility picture.
Microsoft has done incredible work on Narrator making it a viable alternative to other screen readers. This guide provides all you need to know to get started using it.
Making Web Accessibility Great Again: Auditing the US Presidential Candidates Websites for Accessibility
An examination of what the candidates' websites are doing right and wrong, and where the low-hanging fruit lies.
For the visually impaired, autoplaying videos can severely disrupt the internet experience.
Quick Tip: Keyboard Navigation Order
When navigating with a keyboard (typically by pressing the Tab key), the order in which elements are accessed is important. The order should be logical and intuitive, which usually means that it will follow the visual presentation order — left-to-right, top-to-bottom through the page. The order in which items are accessed is based on your underlying source code order.