Contents tagged “accessibility”

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Marcy Sutton avatar Marcy Sutton wrote

What we learned from user testing of accessible client-side routing techniques with Fable Tech Labs

There are multiple variations recommended in the industry for accessible, client-rendered page changes, yet very little user research on those methods. Therefore, we wanted to find out which techniques are the most ergonomic and intuitive to users with disabilities, and if any of the techniques presented barriers detracting from their browsing experience.

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Adrian Roselli avatar Adrian Roselli wrote

Link Targets and 3.2.5

Regardless of what accessibility conformance level you target, do not arbitrarily open links in a new window or tab. If you are required to do so anyway, inform users in text.

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Heydon Pickering avatar Heydon Pickering wrote

Listen To Me And Not Google

We have to stop confusing the excesses of capitalism with the hallmarks of quality. Sometimes Google aren’t better, they’re just more pervasive.

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Language Icon

the language icon is an initiative started in 2008 to standardise the language selection icon, the idea and initial icon was designed by Onur Mustak Cobanli and this new icon has been designed in 2011 by Designer Farhat Datta

Users DO change font size

Evan Minto wrote a great article showing the Internet Archive has tested the actual root font-size set by their visitors, and the result shows a lot of people still change the default one: Pixels vs. Ems: Users DO Change Font Size.

A Blind Legend

J’ai soutenu le projet « A Blind Legend » sur Ulule dès que je l’ai découvert ! C’est un projet de jeu d’aventure pour mobile qui a la particularité de n’utiliser que des sons, aucune interface visuelle.

L'accessibilité, c'est aussi pour les handicapés

Quand on parle d'accessibilité, on a tendance à parler essentiellement des handicapés. Heureusement, Eric Daspect nous avait remis sur la bonne voie avec son article « oublions les handicapés » sur Mais après tout, c'est quand même aussi pour eux qu'on parle d'accessibilité, ils ont des besoins particuliers, donc ne les oublions pas trop…

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