December 2019 Newsletter
Happy New Year!
The WebAIM team wishes you a happy and fruitful 2020.
Learn how to foster an internal culture of accessible design and development holistically, at all levels of your organization. May 19-21 in Logan, Utah.
Registration is now open for the next WebAIM technical training to be held February 11-12.
Reflections on the impact of the life of this accessibility pioneer.
24 days of digital accessibility gifts during the season of giving and sharing.
A guide for nonprofits for implementing web accessibility.
Comparing keyboard and screen reader accessibility of native video players.
AI can tell you about the birds and the trees, and the flowers and the bees, in a picture or photograph, but the actual message is something only a human can get from it.
A nifty, new tool to provide insight into the impact of certain color combinations.
Quick Tip: Screen Reader Testing
Using any screen reader for the first time can be a confusing and discouraging experience. Using an audio interface is almost always a little disorienting for sighted users. But with a bit of effort and experience, screen reader testing becomes easier and more efficient. Screen reader testing is best conducted using the default or minimally customized settings and limited navigation techniques. This allows the basic accessibility of the page to be analyzed without relying on strategies employed by screen reader power users. WebAIM has articles on getting started with JAWS, NVDA, and VoiceOver.