Laws are in place; policies are published; subject matter experts are increasing every day; commercial and non-profit organizations are auditing, consulting and certifying. All are towards the one thing called web accessibility advocacy. Given these factors in 2019, has the accessibility of websites matured? Let’s find out! The WebAIM One Million In as recent as […]Continue reading The WEBAIM One Million and The Accessibility Maturity of the Web World
Just as everyone and their experience are not the same, so the persons with disabilities and their experience too. So when we talk about the low vision users, every user with low vision, his/her disability characteristics and the experience in the physical world and the digital world are so dynamic and unique. In this context, […]Continue reading WebAIM’s Survey of Low Vision Users #2: What do we make of it?
In April 2018, WebAIM conducted the Survey of Web Accessibility Practitioners and published the results in the beginning of June. This is a follow-up survey to the one conducted in 2014. The results are quite surprising and in some ways, healthy too. We’ll discuss the results and our take-away in general. Practitioners’ demography 724 practitioners […]Continue reading Our Take Away from WebAIM’s Web Accessibility Practitioners Survey #2 Results
Whenever I say that I make web & mobile Apps accessible for the disability groups, the first question some of the educated developers who understand accessibility ask me is, what browsers you test your APP’s on & which screen readers do you use? This is a very interesting question because, there are a wide variety […]Continue reading Screen Readers & Browsers! Which is the Best Combination for Accessibility Testing?