Posts Tagged ‘keyboard accessibility’

A New Standard for Interacting with the Web by Keyboard or Screen Reader

In my first post, I shared perspectives and best practices on how to interact with the web using a keyboard or screen reader. To recap, both of these devices are useful and robust forms of technology that give web users the capability to interact with and navigate to content that would otherwise be inaccessible to them. Now we’ll talk about what’s next, and how the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.2 (WCAG 2.2) will create a more inclusive user experience across […]

The Importance of Interacting with the Web by Keyboard or Screen Reader

Keyboards and screen readers are both useful and robust forms of technology used to navigate webpages and apps, giving web users the capability to navigate digital experiences and interact with content that would otherwise be inaccessible to them. Keyboard and Screen Readers – Not All Users Are the Same It’s often assumed that web users […]

4 Helpful Tools for Fixing Web Accessibility Issues

It’s important for your business to have an accessible website and other digital assets, but maintaining accessibility means incorporating helpful tools to continuously utilize in your design and development processes, and ultimately, benefit your end-users.   Here are a few accessibility tools to consider.  Tool 1: Axe   Axe is typically the standard DevTool used in accessibility testing for any or Chrome/Firefox extension. This tool can analyze a page for accessibility issues within […]