January 2023 Newsletter
One of the more effective ways to help an organization make digital accessibility a closely held value is to approach the effort as a community-building experience.
Upcoming WebAIM Events
- Zoom Accessibility Virtual Workshop - March 1
- Virtual Web Accessibility Training - March 7–8
- Strategic Web Accessibility Virtual Workshop - April 5–6 and April 12–13
- In-Person Web Accessibility Training - April 26–27
Today I'm going to show you all the things to consider when building the perfect HTML input. Despite its seemingly simple nature, there's actually a lot that goes into it.
Plaintiffs filed 3,225 website accessibility lawsuits in federal court in 2022 – a 12% increase over 2021.
A detailed report on how screen readers support text semantics, such as b, strong, and mark.
Links and text accessibility issues are easy to avoid and fix once you know what they are.
In this post, we will explore the potential risks and benefits of using natural language processing models like ChatGPT in the field of digital accessibility, and offer guidance for aspiring professionals on how to use these tools responsibly and effectively.
Drawing on my experiences managing a number of research projects across the tech, creative and educational sectors over the past year, here are 10 concrete things designers and researchers can do to make their engagement with disabled people more effective in 2023.
Quick Tip: Page Titles
Providing a descriptive, succinct page title is important for accessibility. The page title text usually appears at the very top of the browser window or in the web page's browser tab. WCAG 2 requires that page titles describe the page content or purpose. Because the page title is read on each page, it should be short - generally no more than a few words. The number of visible characters in the browser tab is limited, so the information that distinguishes that page content should be presented early in the title.