October 2017 Newsletter
Only one day remains to complete the WebAIM Screen Reader User Survey.
The National Center on Disability and Access to Education, a partner of WebAIM, has posted this warning about the dangers of The ADA Education and Reform Act of 2017.
Registration is now open for the WebAIM training to be held January 23-24 in Logan, Utah.
Jumping on a new trend is risky business, both in fashion and web design! Here is why trends often hurt the user experience and exclude users with disabilities.
A large reason so many sites are inaccessible is because developers run into styling limitations and decide to just roll their own controls — without adding back in the necessary semantics and keyboard support.
As designers, we like to think we are solution-based. But whereas we wouldn't hesitate to call out a museum made inaccessible by a lack of wheelchair ramps, many of us still remain somewhat oblivious to flaws in our user interfaces.
Adrian Roselli makes arguments for avoiding the complex and confusing implementation of ARIA menus for site navigation.
Articles by Scott O'hara and Heydon Pickering both address how to make accessible accordions.
Quick Tip: Just use a button