March 2021 Newsletter
The results of WebAIM's 3rd Survey of Web Accessibility Practitioners are now available. A summary of notable results is also available.
Registration is now open for WebAIM's next virtual web accessibility training to be held April 28-29.
These flash cards provide an easy reference and wonderful method for learning the WCAG success criteria.
On improving eCommerce experiences for screen reader users without breaking them for speech-input users
How do we know which patterns are good, better, best when it comes to accessibility? With the myriad of choices available, we can quickly become caught up in a web of confusion on this topic.
First in a series of posts on coding practices that are essential for delivering an accessible experience.
Finally! A way to yell at your computer and have it actually listen.
This resource outlines the strengths and weaknesses of overlays and automated accessibility repair tools. It is now signed by over 350 accessibility advocates, including WebAIM.
Quick Tip: Color Contrast
Color blindness and low vision are very common, so be sure your documents and websites have good contrast. If colors are too similar, some people will not be able to see the difference. Try using a color contrast checker, such as https://webaim.org/resources/contrastchecker/