Important notice about the «ADG» project
Important notice: Due to large demand, the «Accessibility Developer Guide» project (currently a proof of concept with low priority) will become a top priority priority in 2017. We will make this guide become what it deserves to be for so long already: a comprehensive resource for all folks interested in accessibility. For this we need your support!
To develop good websites, one first has to know, what differs a normal website from an accessible website.
You'll notice that there's not so much difference, and most of it lies in the cleanliness of everyday HTML code - accessibility is no sorcery! Sure, there are more sophisticated topics (e.g. the use of WAI-ARIA), and we'll cover them too.
Look at the following tutorials to gain a first idea on how to control a screenreader. You'll learn how to read different types of content on websites.
When not simply reading content, you are interacting with it. The most common use case is entering and selecting data in a form.
A lot of information on the internet is conveyed through graphical objects - which a screenreader is unable to interprete. How can adequate alternatives be provided in textual form?
More to come!
We have a lot more in petto! But so much to do and so little time...
Give us tailwind by supporting us!
Focus of these examples
Focus on screenreader usage!
The following examples' focus mainly lies on screenreader usage.
You'll learn more about other tools and topics in the "Tools & workshops" section.