Di tells us that to make the web more difficult than it needs to be for disabled people is a shitty thing to do. And it doesn’t reflect well on you.
Continue Reading Diana van Dulken talks about ADHD and things moving on screen
Multiple accessibility experts discuss the importance of the default focus style.
Continue Reading Default focus outlines: Don’t remove them!
Julieanne King tells us that super thin, font strokes, really, really skinny lettering, and using like a medium gray font color cause a problem for a lot of users on the web.
Continue Reading Julieanne King talks about age-related reduction in visual acuity
Julieanne says when she’s information seeking, trying to accomplish a task, movement on the screen, that is not something that she causes to happen or choose to happen can absolutely derail her.
Continue Reading Julieanne King talks about moving content on pages and ADHD
Tori points out that using speech input like Dragon Naturally Speaking is hard when there’s no visual label, or the visual label doesn’t match the programmatic label.
She also says that developers need to understand that assistive technology users is a category of users that encompass more than just screen reader users.
Continue Reading Tori Clark talks about visible labels and Dragon