This easy guide answers your top questions about ADA compliance for websites and explains how testing according to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is the best path to compliance.
When writing content for people with disabilities, word choice is important. These practices can help you write more effectively for your audience.
WAI-ARIA can improve accessibility for screen readers and other assistive tech. However, developers should understand ARIA’s limitations.
Pre-rendered captions can create accessibility issues. Here’s why closed captions are a better option.
WCAG provides a framework for building accessible content. Here’s an overview of success criteria that are particularly important for mobile design.
Web accessibility accommodations help your site reach a broader audience. Here are four examples of common (and helpful) accommodations.
Paywalls can create barriers for people with disabilities. Here’s how to prioritize accessibility when designing paywalls and improve conversions.
By following the best practices of digital accessibility, developers can accommodate people who use eye-trackers to browse the web. Here’s how.
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