Accessibility for Agencies

What Happens When Developers are Liable for Accessibility, Part 2

When customers expect accessibility, it pays to be precise and prepared so that you set the right expectations and meet them.

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Update Your Testing Plan Based on the Latest WebAIM Survey

WebAIM's latest screen reader user survey provides new data to inform how you prioritize screen readers for testing, understand audiences, and target your remediation efforts.

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Building Accessibility Checklists That Are Actually Useful

You can Google around and find all sorts of accessibility checklists out there. But do these checklists track the right things?

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Do Your Forms Hate Money? (Accessibility Version)

We assume that if [insert big company here] is doing it, it must reflect best practices. This isn't always true and reveals a lot of low hanging ROI for accessibility if you're willing to grab for it.

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Caring: The Critical First Step to Accessibility

The WebAim Million Report shows that over one third of images on popular homepages don't have usable alt text. It seems that most organizations just don't care enough.

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