Accessibility

Creating a buzz around accessibility

In a world where everything is a priority, how can you create a buzz around accessibility and get it baked into the process for all projects?

Different people require different approaches to understand the benefits. Some are driven by the moral arguments, whereas others may need harder-hitting messages.

Below are my top tips for getting people on board. These have all been tried-and-tested, but I’d love to hear how successful they are for you and whether you have any more tips.
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WCAG 2.1 web accessibility guidelines have landed

WCAG are an internationally established set of guidelines for ensuring that content on the internet is accessible. The guidelines are maintained by W3C, the main standards body for the internet.

Whilst the guidelines partly focus on people with various disabilities, they ultimately ensure that everybody has equal access to the online world, whether they have a permanent, temporary, situational or no disability.
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Pushing accessibility even further with Chrome 65

Earlier this month, Google released an exciting update to its web browser — Chrome 65.

The release contained a number of updates and additions to the Chrome dev tools designed to help develop accessible content for partially-sighted and colour blind users.
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