The General Services Administration (GSA) has a great resource that outlines the responsibility for accessibility based on the roles that they have on their respective team. I would encourage you to check out the “Accessibility for Teams” website for more information.
Test Samples HTML Element test file index My Codepen with test cases Automated browser testing AXE (Accessibility for Development Teams) ARC Toolkit (Accessibility Resource Center) Accessibility Insights AMP (Accessibility Management Platform) Tools for manual testing ANDI (Accessible Name & Description Inspector) Accessibility Insights Screen Readers JAWS (Job Access With Speech) NVDA (Non-Visual Desktop Access) VoiceOver (mac screen reader) […]
Using motion on your website can be helpful for some and harmful to others. There’s a delicate balance that should be considered when creating a website that includes motion. Animations, or blinking and moving content can quickly shift from helpful to harmful in the blink of an eye. This topic affects me personally for two […]
Who is it for? This is for users who cannot perceive the entire page. This includes users that have a screen magnifier running and those that have resized the text. What is important to know? A very important thing that most people get wrong about this criterion is that it doesn’t require that we add […]
From a compliance perspective, WCAG and other standards are silent on this issue. What they do indicate is that fonts must be able to be resized or manipulated to meet the users unique needs. That leaves us with a bit of a problem, because a 1 pixel x 1 pixel (px) font would pass WCAG. […]