Recently, I polled people via Hacker News and Twitter about the things they’d like me to share about web accessibility given my experience as both a web developer and a daily user of assistive technology. The questions I received are great, and I’ll be writing a series of posts over the next few months about various ways developers can improve the accessibility of their sites for not only disabled users, but for everyone.
To kick this off, you can read my latest article in the October issue of PragPub Magazine, entitled “HTML5: Accessibility For All” where I discuss some of the new accessibility features in HTML5 that make sites easier to use for both screen readers and mobile devices.
In the coming weeks, you can expect to see articles on
- Improving audio and video for the web
- Learning disabilities
- more concrete progressive enhancement
- Motor impairment issues
- low vision issues
and many more.
I hope you follow along.