This article is about testing for 2.5.7 Dragging Movements, which requires that things like drag and drop can also be operated by single pointer actions.
December 7, 2023 | Accessibility Strategy, Development, KnowledgeBase Content
Continuing our series of articles on how to test the new Success Criteria (SC) in WCAG 2.2, this time we’ll be looking at 3.3.7 Redundant Entry.
November 23, 2023 | Accessibility Strategy, Development, KnowledgeBase Content
This is the first in a series of articles, looking at how to test each of the new Success Criteria in WCAG 2.2, beginning with 3.2.6 Consistent Help.
November 9, 2023 | Accessibility Strategy, Development, KnowledgeBase Content
A path-based gesture involves an interaction where not just the endpoints matter. So does that include swiping? Well … it depends.
June 16, 2023 | Development, KnowledgeBase Content, World of Accessibility
Combining the accessibility and usability benefits of a native range input, with the markup and design flexibility of a pure custom slider.
March 9, 2023 | Development, KnowledgeBase Content
Focused elements disappearing under sticky headers is a long-standing accessibility problem. Here’s a solution.
December 19, 2022 | Development, KnowledgeBase Content, User Experience (UX)
You’ve probably used visually-hidden content before. But how does the CSS actually work, and why do we use those particular properties?
November 10, 2022 | Development
This article is an overview of the new SCs in WCAG 2.2, describing their requirements in plain language, and discussing how to meet them.
August 19, 2022 | Business, World of Accessibility
The text-overflow property can be used to show visual indication of truncated text. I’m not a fan, and take every opportunity to discourage its use.
July 5, 2022 | Development
This article is a guide to testing your web content using speech recognition, looking at the ways in which speech recognition users interact with content, and the accessibility considerations these imply.
March 15, 2022 | KnowledgeBase Content
Decorative animations impair recall and are a source of extraneous cognitive load, which may be a barrier to people with some cognitive disabilities.
February 3, 2022 | KnowledgeBase Content
The use of role=”text” is not valid ARIA; this role was considered for ARIA 1.1 but was not ultimately included. However it does have some proprietary support in Webkit browsers, and is sometimes used to address a reading quirk in VoiceOver for iOS.
November 1, 2021 | KnowledgeBase Content