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HTML Source Order vs CSS Display Order

Last month in my post Source Order Matters I wrote about why we need to consider how the source order of the HTML of a page can affect users when the CSS re-orders the content visually. While I used a recipe as an analogue and cited WCAG conformance rules, I…


Tags: accessibility, browser, css, design, Edge, Firefox, html, Internet Explorer, standards, usability, UX, WCAG

Slides from “Selfish Accessibility” at Google

Or view the slides directly at SlideShare The kind folks at Google made a video of my talk and posted it to YouTube. I’ve also embedded it below: I was treated to lunch at a few of the cafes and cafeterias around the office, including a food truck parked on…


Tags: accessibility, ARIA, css, Google, html, slides, speaking, standards, usability, UX, WAI, WCAG

My Slides from Accessibility Camp Toronto 2015

You can also view the slides directly at SlideShare. Sadly, the animated GIFs in my presentation did not survive the conversion to SlideShare. I’ve added them at the bottom of this post, but they are all quite large and will take time to load. If you want to save on…


Tags: accessibility, slides, speaking, standards, usability, UX, WCAG

Speaking at Accessibility Camp Toronto 2015

I am excited to say that I will be speaking at Accessibility Camp Toronto again this year. It probably goes without saying that I’ll be speaking on accessibility. If you’re free Saturday, October 17 from 9am until 5pm (or any time within that block), and any slots open up, then…


Tags: accessibility, ARIA, css, html, speaking, standards, usability, UX, WAI, WCAG

Google’s AMP HTML

Google wants to speed up the web, and it has a plan: For many, reading on the mobile web is a slow, clunky and frustrating experience – but it doesn’t have to be that way. The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project is an open source initiative that embodies the vision…


Tags: accessibility, ARIA, css, Google, html, standards, usability, UX

Don’t Disable Zoom

Codepen demos showing a page zoomed and a page that has disabled zoom on mobile. A handy feature of mobile browsers is the ability to zoom into a page with a simple gesture. A less handy feature is the ability to override that. Ultimately this is bad for users. Sadly,…


Tags: accessibility, css, html, mobile, touch, usability, UX