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Foundations: animations and flashing content

Posted on by Patrick H. Lauke

Animation and movement can add to the visual appeal of content, but poorly designed animations can cause problems for many people unless it is implemented correctly.

Foundations: lists

Posted on by Henny Swan

A list is generally agreed to be a series of words or phrases that are grouped together for a reason. That reason might be to remember the items we want from the store, to share our top five favourite movies, or to write down the steps needed to complete a task.

Moderating usability testing with people with disabilities

Posted on by Ela Gorla

All user research projects should include people with disabilities. Representing at least 15% of the world population, according to The World Bank, and potentially your target market, it doesn't make sense to exclude them. This post provides user researchers with tips on how to best moderate usability testing sessions where participants have a disability.

Browsing with assistive technology videos

Posted on by Henny Swan

Understanding how people with disabilities browse the web using assistive technologies (AT) is core to making an accessible and inclusive user experience. Our browsing with assistive technology videos series introduces commonly used software, who uses it, how it works, and ways people navigate content.

Testing WCAG 2.1 Level AAA

Posted on by Ian Pouncey

In our second post on WCAG 2.1 Level AAA, we discuss how to test against various Level AAA success criteria. You can read about the benefits of Level AAA and when to consider including Level AAA Success Criteria in our first post, Understanding WCAG 2.1 Level AAA, and what to do with your test results in our third post, Triaging WCAG 2.1 Level AAA.

Understanding WCAG 2.1 Level AAA

Posted on by Ian Pouncey

In our first post about WCAG 2.1 Level AAA, we discuss why it is useful and when to consider including it. You can also read about how some Level AAA Success Criteria expand upon Level A and Level AA Success Criteria and how to test them in our second post, Testing WCAG 2.1 Level AAA, and what to do with your test results in our third post, Triaging WCAG 2.1 Level AAA.

Browsing with speech recognition

Posted on by Henny Swan

In our fifth and final post from our browsing with assistive technology series, we discuss browsing with speech recognition.

You can also explore browsing with a desktop screen reader, browsing with a mobile screen reader, browsing with a keyboard, and browsing with screen magnification.

Browsing with screen magnification

Posted on by Henny Swan

In our fourth post from our browsing with assistive technology series, we discuss browsing with screen magnification.

You can also explore browsing with a desktop screen reader, browsing with a mobile screen reader, browsing with a keyboard, and browsing with speech recognition.

Browsing with a keyboard

Posted on by Henny Swan

In our third post from our browsing with assistive technology series, we discuss browsing with a keyboard.

You can also explore browsing with a desktop screen reader, browsing with a mobile screen reader, browsing with screen magnification and browsing with speech recognition.

Introduction to Accessibility Conformance Reports

Posted on by Graeme Coleman

An Accessibility Conformance Report (ACR) is a document that formally summarises the extent to which an information and communications technology (ICT) product or service conforms to an agreed set of international accessibility guidelines and standards.

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