The a11y Monthly: 5 easy things you can do now to improve accessibility • Yoast Developer Blog
Make sure everyone can access your site. In this post, accessibility expert Andrea Fercia explains how to improve accessibility.
UK Home Office Posters
In the web-a11y Slack this morning I saw a link for a Github repository of digital posters about accessibility and Inclusive Design from the UK Home Office. Upon going to look, I was amazed at what...
Accessibility Drives Web Traffic | Access Matters Blog
Having an accessible website, one that complies with Section 508 standards and WCAG 2.0 standards, also draws traffic from non-disabled users and it enhances search engine optimization (SEO).
What is Web Accessibility?
What is web accessibility? If you have heard terms like 508 Compliance and W3C Standards but haven't paid attention. You should start now!
7 Things Every Designer Needs to Know about Accessibility
Accessibility enables people with disabilities to perceive, understand, navigate, interact with, and contribute to the web. Imagine a world where developers know everything there is to know about…
WordPress plugins and accessibility
Accessibility is a plugin developer's own responsibility. We'll explain that it's easy to test and improve, and what we do ourselves »
MLP 002: Building an Online Business from Scratch with Max Ivey - The Blind Blogger - Mad Lemmings
Looking for some great tips on starting an online business from scratch, and a massive blast of inspiration at the same time, check out this podcast.
How to Turn on off Closed Captions and Subtitles on YouTube Videos
How to Turn on off Closed Captions and Subtitles on YouTube Videos -- Ever wondered how to turn on/off the closed captioning on YouTube. Derral Eves will no...
5 Infographics on Web Accessibility for Designers
When you are designing a site you have a hundred little details to keep in mind. But it isn't all about concept design and launch. It is also about making sure
Designing For The Elderly: Ways Older People Use Digital Technology Differently — Smashing Magazine
If you work in the tech industry, it’s easy to forget that older people exist. Most tech workers are really young, so it’s easy to see why most technology is designed for young people. But consider this: By 2030, around 19% of people in the US will be over 65\. Doesn’t sound like a lot? Well it happens to be about the same number of people in the US who own an iPhone today. Which of these two groups do you think Silicon Valley spends more time thinking about? This seems unfortunate when you…
How a blind person ‘sees’ the Internet
Follow @calebgarling Kevin Jones consumes reams of information each day on various sites across the Internet, and this would be unremarkable except that Jones is completely blind. “I never su…