Most websites in North America and Europe now need to meet accessibility requirements. These include requirements described by Section 508 of the American Disabilities Act (ADA). They also refer to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0).

Follow these five easy steps to make your wireframes more accessible:

  • One: Document the heading structure.
  • Two: Document hidden way-finding cues.
  • Three: Document focus order information and specify the visible focus state.
  • Four: Provide clear link labels.
  • Five: Design simple, usable forms.

...continue reading How to make your wireframes more accessible in five easy steps

This week, accessibility articles have gone back to the basics. In one article, TemplateToaster describes five ways to make your WordPress site accessible. In another, SiteImprove talks about how to incorporate accessibility compliance into the dev process. ...continue reading Accessibility this week: August 1, 2016

If you have found this page, you must be looking for a way to ensure the content you put online is accessible. Congratulations. In this post, I will show you some quick tests you can do to accomplish this.

...continue reading How to do an accessibility audit, part 1, the quick test