I was poking around the Internet, seeing what's going on in the user experience world. I came across an article about Apple products and their accessibility, and found a nice quote that I think
That said, there are some recommended practices about what should be done for ensuring visually impaired users can access your website. Ensure your font size is big enough for people to read : To quote an
I don't think there is any point using the title attribute here because screenreaders just ignore that when an alt attribute exists – the only people who would see the title attribute are…
Specialists from AbilityNet and the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) tested 194 apps for features that affect app accessibility, such as use of colour contrast, voiceover capability, and user experience.
Specialists from AbilityNet and the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) tested 194 apps for features that affect app accessibility such as use of colour contrast, voiceover capability, and user experience.
How will the team deploy without disturbing your current user experience? If you need to add responsive design AND accessibility features to your site, will you deploy them together
“Our projects are focused on finding ways to create inclusive user experiences on the internet,” Steinfeld said. “There has been great progress over the years on web accessibility standards and
As the advocates for user experience I think it's important that we're advocating for everyone's experience and perhaps doing a little bit more than just whispering the word 'accessibility' in a meeting early on and