Rose Peruski

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

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Create More Accessible Web Design for Disability Using These 3 Scenarios

Web accessibility is important for people with disabilities, especially now due to the COVID-19 pandemic. People are doing more and more online, from ordering groceries, to medications, and even car shopping. In today’s world, it seems that anything can be ordered online, and for most people, it can. But for individuals with disabilities, it may […]

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Landmark Your Way into Accessibility

HTML5 semantic sectioning elements are great for identifying page structure. Landmark elements such as <header> <nav> <main> <footer> <aside> <section> <article> and <form> are much easier to identify than a sea of <div>s, and provide accessible structure for screen reader users without having to add any ARIA attributes. Using these elements properly helps developers understand […]

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Key Takeaways from CPACC Accessibility Certification

The Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies, or CPACC, is an accessibility certification bestowed by the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP). It covers conceptual knowledge of disabilities, universal design, accessibility laws, management strategies, and software development.  This test deepened my understanding of accessibility and opened up my thinking about accessibility in both the digital […]