Not all content on your site is created equal. Marshall shares how aria-live can help you bubble up the right information for visually-impaired users and downplay the rest.
It’s easy to brush tasks under the rug in the name of efficiency or time. Daniel shares an easy way to start incorporating accessibility into your coding life by examining stateful CSS classes.
The next time you build that big, gnarly offscreen nav, think about how it works for users relying on screen readers and consider using area-hidden.
An estimated 285 million people around the world are visually impaired (World Health Organization). Marshall explores how you can use aria-label to make the web a better place for visually impaired users.