Making a website more accessible will also boost your search engine optimization (SEO) efforts and improves its organic search rankings.
The CAPTCHA technology has evolved through the years, but it's still not accessible to all people. Good news, everyone, some accessible alternatives exist!
Too many times, I saw teams wanting to pursue unusable and inaccessible designs because Amazon, Google or Apple was doing it. Here's a concise article from Nielsen Norman Group on why those companies aren't always worth emulating.
My friend, Nicolas Steenhout, published a few years ago a story about how his mechanic discovered why accessibility is good for business.
A bite-sized guide to help you chose fonts with better legibility for all.
Wow that is a super nice initiative! Marcy Sutton offers a free six weeks email course to help you building and testing accessible web applications.
JoLynne Martinez, like many developers or designers, heard about web accessibility only once in the field. Her story reflects the common experience met by people who want to start doing accessible code or design: finding some help and resources adapted for beginners.
Rian Rietveld, an accessibility specialist, asked to non-disabled people what are their greatest frustrations and hurdles are while using the web. Spoiler alert: everyone benefits from an accessible web!
In Norway, the law requires that public and private sector websites follow the WCAG criteria. This article highlights how this law has since changed mentalities and conversations between clients, designers, and developers.