July 2017 Newsletter
Trump Administration's first Unified Agenda reveals DOJ has placed web accessibility under Title II and III of the ADA on Inactive List.
Registration is now open for the WebAIM training to be held October 24-25 in Logan, Utah.
Be careful when you use ARIA attributes, because they do not work consistently with all HTML elements. This is a short note on when (and when not) to use those attributes.
There are around ten times as many people who use screen magnifiers than screen readers. Here are a few tips on how to make your interface accessible to screen magnifiers.
Designing for motor impairments requires as much consideration as other disabilities but doesn’t really have a single approach that guarantees accessibility.
Putting JAWS to Sleep in ALL Apps Except Browsers
Quick Tip: Icon Contrast
WCAG 2.0 requires sufficient contrast for text and images of text. Modern web content increasingly uses icons, emojis, and other graphical elements to convey content, meaning, and functionality. As such, adequate contrast for such elements is critical. WCAG 2.1 is likely to introduce contrast requirements for icons, but in the meantime ensure that such elements are readily visible and identifiable for all users.