In celebration of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, on May 15, 2014, Deque Systems is opening it online “Web Accessibility Fundamentals” […]
This illustrates why accessibility support in terms of differences in navigation techniques and HTML / ARIA behavior on a mobile device needs to be taken into account during design.
Think about it: it only takes one person who can’t use your website or app to bring a lawsuit. But that one person represents hundreds, if not thousands of other users who likely gave us using your site in frustration.
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Sometimes, the visible anchor text as mandated by the user interface design is not very meaningful to vision impaired users. One could use aria-label or the title attribute or even off-screen text on text links. But what’s the best practice based on current assistive technology support?
2013 is drawing to a close and we wanted to highlight some of the best posts on the Deque blog […]
Mark your calendars – #a11ychat will be back this month on October 21st from 4-5pm EDT. Our October topic is […]
Today’s expert post comes from Dylan Barrell, Deque’s Vice President of Product Development. Dylan has almost 20 years of experience […]
Deque Systems has been ranked number 2,940 in the seventh annual Inc. 500|5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest […]