June 2021 Newsletter
Survey results from 1568 screen reader users are now available. These data provide insight into the preferences and technology usage of screen reader users.
WebAIM In-person Training Events
We are very excited to resume our hosted in-person trainings in beautiful Logan, Utah! We are hosting two training events in the coming months:
- StrategicA11y - Strategic Web Accessibility Workshop - September 21–23
- Web Accessibility Training - October 12-13
Registration is open for WebAIM's next virtual web accessibility training to be held July 21-22.
An exploration of different kinds of tools to help you streamline your accessibility testing process.
TPGi feels that the current draft of WCAG 2.2 requires some clarifications and improvements.
Have you ever experienced the frustration of trying to tap a button on a mobile device only to have it do nothing because the target size is just not large enough and it's not picking up on your press?
Different strategies that developers can use to approach accessibility, without slowing down development time.
The judge ruled that Domino's violated the Americans with Disabilities Act because its website was not fully accessible to a blind customer.
Anytime a company over promises and under delivers, they are doing a disservice to blind people and the businesses they are promising to serve.
Quick Tip: Use Lists Appropriately
Unordered and ordered lists should be used wherever a logical list is present, and nowhere else. Don't merely create something that looks like a list by starting each paragraph with a bullet or number character. Likewise, don't apply list structure to elements that do not logically form a list.