Blog posts tagged with...Accessibility

WCAG Samurai

Last year Joe Clark published the now infamous article "To hell with WCAG 2.0" on A List Apart.

Michael Walsh by Michael Walsh

Accessibility in relation to web design and development is an approach that removes barriers that might prevent interaction with or access to websites for user's with disabilities. Websites and web applications that follow this inclusive practice grant all users equal access to the information and functionality they contain. The benefits of accessibility are not exclusive to those with disabilities as accessible websites often provide an improved user experience for all, thanks to intuitive navigation, well-considered information architecture, improved legibility and faster loading times.