An experiment that tries to help you understand how bad accessibility affects users and their daily experiences on the web.
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Checkboxes and radio buttons are two common examples of form elements that we desperately want to have full control over styling but we don’t.
There’s a common cognitive dissonance about design: that good design can’t come from designers with color vision deficiencies.
Data visualizations can be great to communicate complex data in an easy way, but only if they're made to be accessible.
Here's one simple, practical way to make apps perform better on mobile devices: always configure HTML input fields with the correct type.
To provide users with a good service, government organisations usually need to collect data.
A few years ago I didn't know what the term "accessibility" meant. I built Web sites that were partially inaccessible because I didn't know better.
It's important for me that everything I design is both accessible, ethical and user friendly.