In recent years we have witnessed a resurgence in the Inclusive Design approach. This is partly due to the rise in web accessibility and how it helps to ensure a great user experience is delivered to everyone. However, inclusive design is far from new approach but every designer should be practising it!
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Keyboard accessibility quick tip
A quick accessibility tip to help you make sure your web pages aren't reliant on someone using just a mouse and can be operated by someone using a keyboard instead.
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.
Using the lang attribute
The third in a series of How To guides from Nomensa. Matt Lawson, Web Developer at Nomensa discusses how to use the lang attribute to specify the language of your website and individual elements on a page.
What are keyboard traps?
You’re sat at your computer, triumphant in completing that all important piece of code you’ve been working on. You quickly check your email which consequently causes your computer to stop responding. We all know the scenario...
Accessible Tabs - Part 1: The Problem
Order of Content
The second installment from Nomensa's How To guides. Emily Coward, Senior Web Developer at Nomensa discusses the importance of making sure the order of content on a website is logical to ensure that it makes sense when it's read through from top to bottom by someone using a screen reader.
New Nomensa Design - style meets user experience
A little while ago we released the new Nomensa website! We're all really proud of it, but it's certainly gone through some transformations to get to where it is now. Now it's had some time to settle in, I thought it would be nice to share some of the thinking and initial concepts we went through to get to this point.