Addressing Timeout Modals: Navigating the Nuances for Inclusive Web Design

Addressing Timeout Modals: Navigating the Nuances for Inclusive Web Design

If there is one component that most web portals often overlook, it would be the timeout feature in web applications. As disabled users, we require ample time to discover, navigate, and explore before taking action. Unfortunately, designers, developers, and product managers often fail to consider this aspect and build something primarily for able-bodied users, assuming…

How Inclusive Web Design Affects User Experience

How Inclusive Web Design Affects User Experience

The web and the internet are some of the most important resources that have helped man in virtually every aspect of life – education, entertainment, information, relationships, healthcare, government, finance, etc. As technology continues to advance, the possibilities of what can be achieved on the web are endless. Hence, it is particularly important that the…

Accessibility Challenges with Digital Security Solutions

Accessibility Challenges with Digital Security Solutions

There were days of frustration last year when I couldn’t download apps via App Store on my iPhone. I sign out of my account and signed back in. I reset my iCloud account password. I refilled my Apple account with money too. But nothing worked. Then I realized my mistake. I had turned on Face…

The Alt Text War! SEO VS Accessibility

The Alt Text War! SEO VS Accessibility

There is always a cold war between different compartments of digital world and accessibility. One such cold war scenario has come to us as a question this time. Here is that interesting question from Stefania: We have public website with stock photos of people looking at their computer screens and similar. I was wondering if…

Shift Left Accessibility in Design, Development and Testing

Shift Left Accessibility in Design, Development and Testing

You need to make sure your digital products and services meets level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG 2.1) as a minimum. If the websites and apps do not meet WCAG 2.1 AA, you may be breaking the laws such as: You’ll also need to: The best way to meet accessibility requirements…

The H1 Conundrum: Understanding the Challenges of Heading Level One

The H1 Conundrum: Understanding the Challenges of Heading Level One

Today’s question was sent to us by Tobi. Going forward, we will be answering questions from our users in the form of blog posts. Please send your questions using the form on the “Ask a Question” page. Here is an interesting question voiced by many of us whether to assign h1 tag to the logo…