Real-Time Remote Usability Testing with Screen Reader Users, Part 2: Tips & Tricks

Here's part 2 of Caitlin Geier's 2-part series on remote usability testing with screen readers. In her second post, Caitlin covers important points to remember when setting up, recording, and observing the test. She offers several helpful and practical suggestions to make remote usability testing as easy as possible for both parties. Continue Reading Real-Time Remote Usability Testing with Screen Reader Users, Part 2: Tips & Tricks

Real-Time Remote Usability Testing with Screen Reader Users, Part 1: Practical Overview

This is the first post in Caitlin Geier’s 2-part series, “Tips and Tricks for Real-Time Remote Usability Testing with Screen Readers.” In her introductory post, Caitlin will cover the basics of usability testing, points for consideration and the pros and cons of testing remotely. Continue Reading Real-Time Remote Usability Testing with Screen Reader Users, Part 1: Practical Overview

How to Build WAI-ARIA Modal Alert Dialogs: A11y Support Series

Team of developers learning how to build an accessible widget.

In the second part of his accessibility support series, Paul Adam explains how to build an accessible widget with ARIA Modal Alert Dialogs. Learn new tricks on building accessible widgets that go above and beyond the recommendations outlined in the WAI-ARIA Authoring Practices. Continue Reading How to Build WAI-ARIA Modal Alert Dialogs: A11y Support Series

How to Make Android ImageViews Accessible with Content Descriptions

Developer using Android phone and creating content descriptions

In his latest post about mobile accessibility, Deque's software engineer and mobile a11y guru Chris McMeeking explains how to make Android ImageViews accessible with content descriptions. Read on for practical how to tips and learn about content description best practices. Continue Reading How to Make Android ImageViews Accessible with Content Descriptions

ARIA Tab Panel Accessibility: A11y Support Series

The following post is the first in Paul Adam's new blog post series, "WAI-ARIA Widgets, Design Patterns, and Accessibility Support ." This series will outline how to build many of the different Custom Controls and Widgets defined in the WAI-ARIA 1.1 Specification from the W3C, and what screen readers they're compatible with.* There are many examples of different ARIA widgets on the web, but they… Continue Reading ARIA Tab Panel Accessibility: A11y Support Series

Give Your Site Some Focus! Tips for Designing Useful and Usable Focus Indicators

What Are Focus Indicators? Have you ever noticed the blue outlines that sometimes show up around buttons or form fields when you're filling out a form? What about when you click on a menu item? Have you ever tried to make those outlines disappear? Here's a hint: by default, browsers use the :focus css pseudo class to give outlines to form fields and other elements… Continue Reading Give Your Site Some Focus! Tips for Designing Useful and Usable Focus Indicators

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