All posts for "ARIA" tag

Technical delivery document

Published
20th August 2014
by 
Matt Lawson
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Technical delivery document

A Technical Delivery Document is designed to aid the client's understanding of the way we work and what the outcome is on the end user. We feel it is beneficial to try and communicate our approach at the start of a project and better manage the client's expectations at the same time.

How ARIA landmark roles help screen reader users

Published
29th June 2011
by 
Léonie Watson
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How ARIA landmark roles help screen reader users

This video from Nomensa demonstrates how ARIA landmark roles help screen reader users understand the purpose of different areas of a web page, such as search, navigation or main content.

Accessible Tabs - Part 2: The Solution

Published
4th April 2011
by 
Emily Coward
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Accessible Tabs - Part 2: The Solution

As we saw in Accessible Tabs Part 1 - The Problem, there are several accessibility issues with tabs created for the web compared to those created for use in software applications. Tabs on the web should ideally replicate the functionality used in applications, so they are more intuitive for everyone. In this article we will look at three existing scripts for creating accessible tabs.

Standards.Next cognition and accessibility

Published
21st September 2009
by 
Léonie Watson
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Standards.Next cognition and accessibility

Standards.Next is an informal meetup hosted by Opera. The idea is for a group of people to get together and listen to a few presentations on a key theme, then really get involved with questions so the whole thing takes on a workshop style. On Saturday, the theme was cognition in accessibility.