My exploration into the world of digital accessibility and W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
Introduction to my most recent accessibility side project
Rundown of accessibility and general usability tips for implementing accessible icons
A deeper look into 4.1.2 Name, role, value for those custom controls
Naming is one of the most important things you can do to ensure accessibility with assistive technologies.
Explanation of 4.1.1 Parsing's requirements for the non-developer
Focus indicators are crucial for keyboard users. Here are three success criteria to keep in mind when creating custom ones.
I always felt that disabled buttons were a bit of an usability risk, but does WCAG have anything to say about them?
This success criteria has always been hard for me to follow. Here I attempt to break it down.
Exploring the differences between aria-describedby, aria-label, and aria-labelledby
Brief piece on bypass blocks on simpler navigation bars.
WCAG 2.1 is conveniently vague about placeholder text in input fields so I decided to try to find an answer.