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a11yTO Conf: CSS Display Properties versus HTML Semantics

If you attended my pre-recorded remote CSUN 2020 talk, then this talk will be familiar. I updated with the latest browsers, since February was six Chrome and nine Firefox versions ago. This talk was also only fifteen minutes, so I cut the videos and some other materials. Go check the…

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Tags: accessibility, browser, css, html, slides

Slides: The Role of Design in Accessibility — a11yTO Meet-up

Last night I drove up to Toronto, braving concurrent matches from two of their local sporting clubs, parking in oblivion, navigating a maze of progressive rings of fencing, sneaking into the venue via a propped service door, and presented on the role of design in accessibility. It was a code-light…

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Tags: accessibility, design, slides, WCAG

Slides: Inclusive Usability Testing — a11yTOCamp

I have uploaded my slides from a11yTOCamp to SlideShare. If the embed below does not work, visit them directly. There were a lot of great talks yesterday, though I only tweeted from a couple of them (and skipped one altogether). Watching

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Tags: accessibility, internet, slides, usability, UX

Slides from A11yTOConf

Before you wade into the slides, please note that all the code / accessibility advice in these slides is wrong. They are just examples. Do not copy them. If the embed does not work, view it at SlideShare. The t-shirt I was wearing may have been more popular than my…

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Tags: accessibility, slides, speaking

Sponsoring Accessibility Toronto Conference (#a11yTO)

I am pleased to be able to sponsor the first Accessibility Toronto Conference (#a11yTOconf). I get to help the nearest accessibility meet-up group to my home in Buffalo, NY (excluding Buffa11y). On top of that I am helping one of the world’s largest (I think it is the second-largest) make…

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Tags: accessibility

Slides: Implementing Accessibility for a11yTO

Last night I spoke for about 25 minutes at the Accessibility Toronto meet-up. Joseph McLarty led with an overview of accessibility as a concept, touching on disabilities and simple testing techniques (see his slides at SlideShare). Then I ran through the following slides discussing how, from a process perspective, you…

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Tags: accessibility, slides, speaking

Under-Engineered Responsive Tables

I have written a bunch about responsive tables. Maybe too much. I keep trying to give developers the information they need to make informed decisions — ARIA attributes, screen reader & browser pairing results, bugs, and so on. I have spread things out over years of posts. I have filed…

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Tags: accessibility, html, pattern, standards, tables, WCAG

a11yWeekTO Recap

This year the a11yTO team put together its third conference, adding a day for the built environment (#a11yIRL) and another day for gaming (#a11yTOGaming), bringing the entire conference to four days. The collection of three conferences has been branded #a11yWeekTO. Throughout the conference, attendees were incredibly positive about the venue,…

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Tags: accessibility

Display: Contents Is Not a CSS Reset

CSS resets are a collection of CSS styles that undo the default browser styling of many or most HTML elements. Recently I have seen cases of developers using display: contents on lists and headings to remove the margins and padding, and generally to visually do what a CSS reset might…

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Tags: accessibility, browser, Chrome, css, Firefox, Safari, standards, tables

OS: High Contrast versus Inverted Colors

Low resolution screen shots combined to show the same page as seen using Windows High Contrast Mode and macOS Invert Colors settings. There are different ways to make a web page more easy to read, but there are two options that come directly from the operating system that many developers…

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Tags: accessibility, Apple, Microsoft, WHCM

Slides from Accessibility Camp Toronto 2016: Mind Your lang

The slides from my talk at Accessibility Camp Toronto, Mind Your lang. Note: Below are the animated images and video that were in my slides but which did not survive in the transition to SlideShare. They are all quite large and will take time to load. If you want to…

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Tags: accessibility, browser, css, html, slides, speaking, standards, usability, UX, WCAG, whatwg

Be Wary of Accessibility Guarantees from Vendors

In my ~20 years of responding to RFPs/RFQs, once organizations started to realize the value of accessibility (or fear of lawsuits), I saw more and more requests include a note on accessibility. In most cases this was just a single line item among many, often with nothing more than a…

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Tags: accessibility, usability, UX