Les technologies évoluent également : zoom, synthèse et commande vocale, détection des éléments sur l’écran… Voyons comment nous pouvons améliorer nos applications mobiles pour tirer partie de ces avancées et en faire bénéficier ceux qui en ont besoin.
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
Compatibility tables for support of HTML5, CSS3, SVG and more in desktop and mobile browsers.
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.
Why mobile Web accessibility matters - best practices to make your mobile site accessible | mobiForgeby Monique
This mantra is as true for the mobile Web as it is for the desktop Web.
It’s important to note that PDF/UA is neither a spec to measure PDF content, like the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), nor an everyday authoring guide. It focuses on giving developers of PDF authoring tools and viewers, as well as vendors of assistive technologies that support PDF, critical information on how to build and present PDF content more accessibly. The goal is to make accessible PDFs easy to author and use, however they are produced.
The new caption editor function, developed by a Google intern and his mentor, allows users to correct automatic captions within the YouTube website.
Si les utilisateurs Android non-voyants ont longtemps été contraints d’utiliser des téléphones équipés de clavier AZERTY, la question ne se pose plus! L’OS rend désormais accessible les smartphones à écran tactile grâce à un nouvel outil baptisé Explore Touch.