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A practical topic-based resource to help you comply with WCAG 2.0.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 5 Mar 2015
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The Complete Guide to Web Accessibility is a practical guide that will help you implement web accessibility.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 5 Mar 2015
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This three-part series outlines the different components of an eDM and how to make them accessible.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 25 Jun 2013
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Many people believe web accessibility begins and ends with their website. But it should encompass all communications including eDMs.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 3 Jun 2013
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Many people believe web accessibility begins and ends with their website. But it should encompass all communications including eDMs.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 12 Jun 2013
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Many people believe web accessibility begins and ends with their website. But it should encompass all communications including eDMs.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 18 Jun 2013
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What you need to consider when adding a carousel to your website to make sure it meets accessibility standards.
  • Author: Sarah Pulis
  • Date: 26 Mar 2013
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An easy feature to add to a website to make it accessible is helping users to bypass or skip over repeated blocks of content.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 4 Mar 2015
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Carousels and slideshows share several common characteristics with video or media players as they all need to have controls be made accessible to people with disabilities.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 4 Mar 2015
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Colour and colour contrast are some of the easier accessibility requirements to comply with, as elements have numeric targets that are easier to measure against.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 3 Mar 2015
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The guidelines, success criteria and techniques provided by WCAG 2.0 are intended to be tools for web designers as much as for content producers and developers, meant to influence every aspect of the process of creating a website.
  • Author: Ricky Onsman
  • Date: 19 Jul 2012
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Too often — and for too long — web accessibility has been regarded as something applied to a website, perhaps in the development phase, affecting only site functionality.
  • Author: Ricky Onsman
  • Date: 19 Jul 2012
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We recently shared tips on briefing a design agency on creating an accessible eDM template. This is a downloadable brief example you can use for eDM templates.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 3 Jul 2013
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The easiest thing you can do to make a website accessible is to avoid using images of text over straight text.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 4 Mar 2015
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Web form accessibility, although heavily reliant on the markup that displays it and the code in the browser and the server that processes it, is also strongly influenced by the designer.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 4 Mar 2015
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One useful way to help people with disabilities is to ensure that headings are organised into a logical, linear hierarchy.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 4 Mar 2015
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As social media grows as a powerful medium for sharing information and ideas, the need for accessible infographics has become more critical.
  • Author: Clarizza Fernandez
  • Date: 27 Sep 2012
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One of the most common ways that people interact with websites is through web forms.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 4 Mar 2015
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People who use assistive technologies depend on links and form elements as a navigation method.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 4 Mar 2015
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The primary activity for everyone accessing a webpage is to navigate it and read it.
  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 4 Mar 2015
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