There are 125 posts tagged with Accessibility.
New and Improved Accessibility Weekly, 2021 EditionPublished on
All the accessibility links that are fit to curate.
Goodbye Accessible ZenPublished on
Letting an important side project go.
Remembering Accessible JoePublished on
Joe taught me so much by what he created.
The Intersection of Markup, Content and Context in AccessibilityPublished on
I wrote a post for 24 A11y about context in accessibility.
Joining Ad HocPublished on
Diving into accessibility full time.
Why I Care About AccessibilityPublished on
You might not know I’m a twin.
Good Accessibility Means QualityPublished on
Accessibility Answers: Is Safari Better than Chrome for Accessibility?Published on
Better Conversations About AccessibilityPublished on
If you know accessibility and work with designers, design with them.
Inclusive Design: Whose Opportunity Is It?Published on
Your decisions can start impacting better design for everyone.
Accessibility Weekly Featured in WebAIM August 2017 NewsletterPublished on
Meta goal reached.
Focusing on What MattersPublished on
Don’t ignore what matters: accessibility, performance and security.
The Future of Accessibility WeeklyPublished on
Okay, let’s make this really weekly.
Is Accessibility Hard?Published on
Well, no. And yes. Let me explain.
Hidden ExpectationsPublished on
There’s always more beneath the surface.
Accessible Zen: Version 1.2Published on
New version of Accessible Zen released.
Don’t Use Slack? (Or Why Aren’t We Better at Accessibility?)Published on
Accessibility happens everywhere.
Ensuring a High Performing Web for the Next Billion PeoplePublished on
A talk that touches on all the parts of the Web that we know have nearly limitless potential, but that we haven’t yet figured out how to do well consistently.
Accessibility Weekly: One Month InPublished on
Accessible Zen Featured on Hongkiat.comPublished on
Catching a bit of the spotlight.
A11y Weekly LaunchedPublished on
A newsletter to help bring accessibility into your everyday work.
The Year of Accessibility in WordPressPublished on
We made lots of progress this year.
A11y WeeklyPublished on
Okay, I’m starting a newsletter.
Featured in WebAIM July 2015 NewsletterPublished on
I scored a hat trick on this.
Teaching AccessibilityPublished on
Helping others learn how to improve the quality of what they create on the web.
Practicing Web Accessibility DifferentlyPublished on
The impetus for most accessibility successes or failures falls into one or more of these three categories.
Talking About Web Accessibility DifferentlyPublished on
Accessibility carries the same fluidity as the Web.
Thinking About Web Accessibility DifferentlyPublished on
You already have what it takes to make the Web accessible.
Five Goofy Things Medium Did That Broke AccessibilityPublished on
Let’s talk about accessibility more.
Responsive Design: Where Do We Go From Here?Published on
These things help each other.
A Journey Into Web AccessibilityPublished on
Don’t worry about knowing everything.
A Manifesto for Accessible User ExperiencePublished on
Look at accessibility through the lens of user experience.
This Web App Best Viewed By Someone ElsePublished on
What we too often dismiss as edge cases are real people who may very much want or even legitimately need to use what we create.
Happy Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2015!Published on
It’s a good day to learn about accessibility.
How to Create Better, More Accessible WordPress ThemesPublished on
Detailed and thoughtful, plus it’s not as hard as you might think.
Notes on Client-Rendered AccessibilityPublished on
Manage that focus, folks.
A Woman with Usher Syndrome Reviews Her Apple WatchPublished on
Accessibility features matter.
Accessibility Answers: How Do I Handle Alt AttributesPublished on
Writing good alt text takes careful consideration.
Accessibility Answers: Which Accessibility Problems Do I Fix First?Published on
You have to start somewhere.
Accessibility is Not an Edge CasePublished on
It’s for everybody.
Seven Things Every Designer Needs to Know about AccessibilityPublished on
A useful list of tips.
Let WordPress SpeakPublished on
This new API in WordPress helps people who use assistive technology in a huge way.
Accessible Zen: Version 1.1.5Published on
New version of Accessible Zen released.
Accessibility and Low-Powered DevicesPublished on
Does your site or app work on a inexpensive phone or tablet?
A11y Wins TumblrPublished on
Yay, something positive in the accessibility community.
News for Betty + Accessibility HackathonPublished on
Hacking for better accessibility.
Web Accessibility Tutorials from the W3CPublished on
These will be good.
Accessibility Answers: What Can I Do Now for Better Accessibility?Published on
Make changes now for better accessibility.
Is This Venue Accessible?Published on
This is why I made an accessible WordPress theme.
Accessible Theme Pattern Library Off and RunningPublished on
Building this thing one brick at a time.
Accessibility APIs: A Key To Web AccessibilityPublished on
The best magic show I know.
A Skip Link PrimerPublished on
Building a Strong Foundation with Keyboard AccessibilityPublished on
It all starts with your keyboard.
Accessibility as a FrameworkPublished on
Wait, this could be a good framework.
Accessibility Originates With UX: A BBC iPlayer Case StudyPublished on
Design with choice in mind, and always give users control over the page.
Riding a Bicycle to an Accessibility ConferencePublished on
It’s good to find your people.
Improving Single Page App AccessibilityPublished on
We can have the modern web and accessibility.
Accessibility Is (Not) ScaryPublished on
I wrote a blog post on accessibility for Digital Gov.
Section 508 Update – FinallyPublished on
Section 508, meet WCAG 2.0.
Flipboard and the Mobile Web DreamPublished on
Does mobile have to be like the web?
Flipboard, React Canvas and AccessibilityPublished on
Form over function wins again.
Interactive WCAG 2.0Published on
Making WCAG a bit easier to digest.
WordPress Theme Pattern Library for Accessibility in DevelopmentPublished on
Making it easier to make accessible WordPress sites.
Accessibility Problems are Quality ProblemsPublished on
Accessibility is about quality.
WordPress 4.1 “Dinah”Published on
I contributed a few things to this release.
Testing Google’s ReCaptchaPublished on
It shows some promise, but needs work.
On the Accessibility of Web Components – AgainPublished on
Just how accessible are web components?
Featured in WebAIM November 2014 NewsletterPublished on
Accessibility Tunnel Vision featured in the WebAIM newsletter.
Welcome to A11yPublished on
If you’re new to accessibility, we need you.
Google’s ReCaptchaPublished on
Better than the original?
Keep It Accessible and ResponsivePublished on
The web was born responsive.
Accessibility in Your MVPPublished on
Find your free throws.
All Technology is AssistivePublished on
Accessibility is everywhere.
Not AccessiblePublished on
Storytelling can fit into social media too. Here are three tips.
TEDx Videos and Captions Make Life DeliciousPublished on
More often than not, accessibility means independence.
Screen Reader Tips for Web Designers and DevelopersPublished on
Get started with a screen reader now.
Accessibility Tunnel VisionPublished on
Let’s work together to avoid this.
Survive the Zombie Apocalypse with these Accessibility ResourcesPublished on
Some of my favorite accessibility resources in a short list.
Testing for Web Accessibility in 60 SecondsPublished on
New to accessibility with no time. No problem, this can help.
Good Coding Habits for AccessibilityPublished on
Quality often comes down to habits.
An Open Letter to Apple Regarding Xcode’s AccessibilityPublished on
Xcode gets more accessible.
Accessibility-Ready Intergalactic and Bosco Hit WordPress.comPublished on
More accessible WordPress themes.
WebAIM to Release Chrome Extension of WavePublished on
Nice to see one of my favorite add-ons/extensions hit Chrome.
Accessible WordPress with Joe O’ConnorPublished on
Good to see WordPress accessibility getting some attention.
WebAxe Podcast 100: Joe and Joseph on WordPress AccessibilityPublished on
Accessibility in WordPress gets some much deserved attention.
Featured in WebAIM September 2014 NewsletterPublished on
One of my blog posts was featured in one of my favorite places on the web.
What I Make is Caring About AccessibilityPublished on
Putting a different spin on maker.
An Accessible WebPublished on
What an accessible web really means.
Icon Font Text Alternatives: Don’t Forget ThemPublished on
A tip when using font icons.
A Workflow for Testing Web Accessibility with Free ToolsPublished on
How I test for accessibility with free tools.
Answer ThisPublished on
Whether tiy support accessibility really is that simple.
Now is the Perfect TimePublished on
How making things accessible can lead to breakthroughs.
Feature MisusePublished on
Markup in the wild is… bad.
Speaking at Code(Her) 2014Published on
Time to teach testing for accessibility.
Accessible Zen on ProfHackerPublished on
Accessible Zen featured on an education blog.
TinyLetter and a Big WinPublished on
One fix at a time.
First Multi-file WordPress Core PatchPublished on
My first big patch for WordPress=
Lessons from Building an Accessible WordPress ThemePublished on
A summary of a talk I gave at WordCamp Lancaster in 2014.
Accessible Zen: Now in FrenchPublished on
The first translation of my WordPress theme into a different language.
Said ThisPublished on
Strong opinion here.
Recent Accessible Zen UpdatesPublished on
Some minor updates to Accessible Zen.
Where Automated Accessibility Testing Meets WordPress and DrupalPublished on
All about automated testing, accessibility and how the Drupal and WordPress Accessibility teams are collaborating.
WordCamp Lancaster 2014 TalkPublished on
My first WordCamp, both as an attendee and speaker.
Accessibility, Meet FacebookPublished on
Some big technical challenges for accessibility.
Accessible Zen Reaches 1.1Published on
Another release of Accessible Zen.
Need a Menu on Top in Accessible Zen?Published on
A new feature for Accessible Zen.
Updates to Accessible Zen Since 1.0Published on
More updates to Accessible Zen.
Accessibility Camp DC 2013 TalkPublished on
Time to share some of what I learned.
Accessible Zen Hits 1.0Published on
Accessible Zen Reaches BetaPublished on
Getting better with each release.
Accessible Zen: Version 0.1-alpha-4 AvailablePublished on
Another release on Accessible Zen.
Accessibility is War and How to Win ItPublished on
How to be an accessibility champion from within.
Why Accessibility MattersPublished on
Short answer: Accessibility helps everyone.
Accessible Zen: Version 0.1-alpha-3 AvailablePublished on
Designing and bug fixing on Accessible Zen.
Introducing Accessible Zen: An Accessible WordPress ThemePublished on
I made a publicly available WordPress theme.
Learn More About Web AccessibilityPublished on
Follow some good folks in the accessibility field via this Twitter list.
A 2013 WordPress Default Theme PitchPublished on
Thoughts on the Twenty Thirteen default WordPress theme and accessibility.
Progress in WordPress AccessibilityPublished on
Lots of great effort happening in the accessibility space in WordPress.
Cities Made the Latest WebAxe PodcastPublished on
Building accessible WordPress themes gains some momentum.
Joining the Cities ProjectPublished on
We need more accessible WordPress themes.
Accessibility CertificationPublished on
A few good thoughts on a direction fot this wide, complex field.
Accessibility: Why it MattersPublished on
The slides for a presentation I gave on why accessibility is important.
Accessibility is Not a ChecklistPublished on
There’s more to accessibility than a list of standards.
Seven Things I Learned at Access U 2011Published on
Where I begin my journey into web accessibility.
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