Accessibility Answers: How Do I Handle JavaScript and Accessibility

When I give presentations on accessibility, I often get one or two questions I’ve fielded before. I’ve collected a handful for an ongoing series of posts with my answers. I hope it helps you understand accessibility better. How do I handle javascript and accessibility? Like everything else. It’s that easy. You can follow the same accessibility principles, […]

News for Betty + Accessibility Hackathon

Today, I participated in an accessibility hackathon run by White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, 18F, the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research, and DC Legal Hackers. The day was packed with demos, discussion and coding on all sorts of projects, ranging from solving the lack of alt attributes on Twitter […]

Accessibility Answers: What Can I Do Now for Better Accessibility?

When I give presentations on accessibility, I often get one or two questions I’ve fielded before. I’ve collected a handful for an ongoing series of posts with my answers. I hope it helps you understand accessibility better. If I could do a few basic things in my projects right now, what should they be? Start simple. Focus […]