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March 2013

A complete guide to web accessibility for content authors | Access iQ

by Monique

A practical resource for content authors that shows you how to comply with WCAG 2.0. Each topic explains what you need to do, why you need to do it and how to do it in easy-to-understand language.

January 2013

The Importance Of HTML5 Sectioning Elements | Smashing Coding

by Monique

Make no mistake: Sectioning elements help you improve document structure, and they’re in the spec’ to stay. Once and for all, I will be exploring the problems these elements solve, the opportunities they offer and their important but misunderstood contribution to the semantic Web.

December 2012

Demystifying Accessibility | Jet Cooper

by Monique

My biggest overall takeaway from this experience was how inaccessible many sites are, and how frustrating it must be to a person with certain disabilities to regularly have poor web experiences. As developers, it’s our job to keep this in mind when creating any site, whether it “needs to be accessible” or not. You can bet that these lessons are being baked back into our work. Hopefully some of these will make it into your next projects as well.

Contrast Rebellion - to hell with unreadable, low-contrast texts!

by gregg & 3 others
Low-contrast font color and unreadable texts? To hell with them!

November 2012

Accessibility is part of UX (it isn’t a swear word) – Humanising Technology Blog

by Monique

The reality is that accessibility is simply a key part of UX. A truly outstanding digital experience is a fusion of accessibility, usability, creativity and technology. The trick is to weave those things together, and to do that successfully there needs to be a cross pollination of skills and expertise.

The good news is that accessibility is usability under a magnifying glass. If you’re thinking about great usability, the chances are that you’re already thinking about great accessibility too.

Prendre en compte l'accessibilité dans vos projets » Webdesign Friday (#wdfr)

by Monique

Vous êtes designer, intégrateur, concepteur d’interfaces ou chef de projet. De votre compétence dépend l’accessibilité des services et applications que vous développez. Faisons un point sur cette notion et voyons comment vous allez pouvoir la prendre en compte.

October 2012

NVDA screenreader keyboard helpers | Stamford Interactive

by Monique

This one is for testers who use NVDA, a free screenreader, to test online content for any access issues.

CSS outline property - outline: none and outline: 0

by Monique

What does the outline property do?

It provides visual feedback for links that have "focus" when navigating a web document using the TAB key (or equivalent). This is especially useful for folks who can't use a mouse or have a visual impairment. If you remove the outline you are making your site inaccessible for these people.

AcceDe Web - La démarche accessibilité

by Monique

Les notices AcceDe Web s’adressent de façon spécifique à chaque intervenant d’un projet web et sont adaptées aux différentes étapes de conception.

Easy color contrast ratios | Lea Verou

by Monique

Browser support is IE10 and modern versions of Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera. Basic support for IE9. No responsive version yet, sorry (but you can always send pull requests!)

Hiding Content for Accessibility - Snook.ca

by Monique & 1 other

For years now, we've used a number of techniques for hiding content offscreen for accessibility purposes. We do this because the content is still accessible to screenreaders while being removed from the interface for sighted users.

ContrastA

by Monique & 3 others
WCAG 2.0 Luminance Contrast Ratio Accessibility Color Picker

September 2012

The truth about structuring an HTML5 page | Feature | .net magazine

by Monique

Part polemic, part instruction manual, The Truth About HTML5 has ignited an interesting debate. Here we present an exclusive excerpt on the problems around structuring in HTML5

When can I use... Support tables for HTML5, CSS3, etc

by Monique & 13 others

Compatibility tables for support of HTML5, CSS3, SVG and more in desktop and mobile browsers.

Web Accessibility Testing: What Can be Tested and How | Karl Groves

by Monique

Why I created this resource

This list should not be taken as a stab against tools and tool vendors. I’ve said numerous times that we should do automatic testing first. When done properly, automatic testing offers a degree of efficiency that cannot be matched by other methods. However, that doesn’t mean that we should leave our compliance up to automated testing. As the tables above show, there are 9 WCAG Success Criterion (in Level A and AA) that cannot be tested for in any meaningful manner using a tool. There are another 13 that can be tested for automatically but require a human to verify. Full compliance and risk mitigation always requires the involvement of a skilled professional reviewer, even when you have a tool as well.

August 2012

Accessible Web Typography

by Monique
La version html d'un ebook assez complet

Make your site more accessible | CODETUNES

by Monique

This article is based on the WCAG 2.0 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines), a worth reading set of recommendations for making Web content more accessible, that is, more friendly for people with disabilities.

July 2012

Notices [AcceDe Web]

by Monique
Notice d'accessibilité pour la conception graphique Notice d'accessibilité HTML/CSS Notice d'accessibilité interfaces riches et JavaScript Notice d'accessibilité éditoriale (modèle)

New website – Think accessibility from day 1 – Siteimprove

by Monique

If you are about to redesign your website, now is a good time to focus on getting a website that can be used by as many people as possible. Here are some tips on when and how to make requirements and focus on accessibility throughout the process.

WebAIM: Using NVDA to Evaluate Web Accessibility

by Monique & 1 other

It is important to evaluate the accessibility of web content with a screen reader, but screen readers can be very complicated programs for the occasional user, so many people avoid them. This doesn't need to be the case. While screen readers are complicated, it is possible to test web content for accessibility without being a "power user."

ARIA, il serait temps de s’y mettre ! | Édition N°8 | le train de 13h37

by Krome & 2 others

ARIA, vous en avez peut-être entendu parler sans bien savoir à quoi ça sert, ni comment l’utiliser… une lacune qu’Aurélien vous propose de combler en vous en expliquant les bases et en vous montrant plusieurs exemples d’utilisation concrète.

ARIA, il serait temps de s’y mettre ! | Édition N°8 | le train de 13h37

by Monique & 2 others

ARIA, vous en avez peut-être entendu parler sans bien savoir à quoi ça sert, ni comment l’utiliser… une lacune qu’Aurélien vous propose de combler en vous en expliquant les bases et en vous montrant plusieurs exemples d’utilisation concrète.

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