Christina Evans

Christina is a part of the Detroit Business Unit working as a QA tester on the Accessibility team.

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The Roundabout Truth: Carousels and Accessibility

When you hear the word “carousel,” the first thing that might come to mind is sitting in the saddle of an ornamental horse, riding in a circle and waving to onlookers as you pass by. If you had the experience of watching a carousel, you know that carousels provide a repetition of visual information until the ride comes to an end. Similar to the carnival version, website carousels are also a […]

The Beauty of Simplicity: The Key to Accessible Web Design

In today’s hectic world, humans are increasingly drawn to simplicity. Stemming from a rising need for everyday efficiency and speed, we are in constant search for the next new technology that will make our lives easier. While this inclination toward simplicity is likely intuitive for most aspects of modern life, we often see the opposite […]

Get Ahead of Headings: How to Correctly Use Headings for Accessibility

Heading Overview  For those that may not be familiar with heading levels, here is a quick run-down. Titles on your web page will have heading (<H>) tags to indicate their level of importance. Web developers use <H> tags for page titles to structure the content of the page. Not only are <H> tags used for […]

Person designing a website for Accessibility

Considering Accessibility in Web Design: What You Can Do To Make Your Design Accessible

Since 1991, when the first website was introduced, websites have evolved from being purely content driven to becoming increasingly focused on their visual experience. While there is no argument that having a clean, cool, professional-looking, website is important it isn’t everything, especially when it comes to Accessibility. There is a popular misconception that implementing accessible […]