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How I test for accessibility

I wanted to share what my typical accessibility testing sessions look like. This is a quick over, but I hope you find it helpful (and if you haven’t done so yet, check out some accessibility quick wins I wrote about).

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Notes to my younger self: Regarding accessibility

Hello, my younger self. How are things? I understand you’re learning about the amazing world of web accessibility, something I wholeheartedly endorse.

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Accessibility quick wins

I sometimes give talks on Web accessibility, and one of the top questions I get is: What can I do right now to make my website more accessible? When I began practicing accessibility, I would’ve probably talked about WAI-ARIA authoring practices, and adding aria roles, and managing focus with JavaScript. That’s certainly true for more complex UI, but most of us aren’t building Twitter.

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Accessible Content

When I was first learning about accessibility on the Web, I stumbled across WebAIM (Web Accessibility In Mind), a fantastic resource for all things accessibility.

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